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Foxiest Gangster's Molls

Behind every great cinematic gangster - most probably shielding herself from Tommy gunfire - you'll usually find an even greater woman. With that in mind we've scoured every gin joint, speakeasy and, um, film website in the land to bring you a gallery of the finest gangster's molls. Enjoy.

Let us know who we've missed off at the bottom.

Give our gangster quiz a crack here.

(Images: Rex Features, All Star)

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