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With the dawn of prohibition Nucky assembles his organisation and explains that they are about to get in to bootlegging. Bacarach and his colleagues greet the announcement with cheers and applause. ("[[Boardwalk Empire]]")
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With the dawn of prohibition Nucky assembles his organisation for a dinner at [[Babette's Supper Club]] and explains that they are about to get in to bootlegging. Bacarach and his colleagues greet the announcement with cheers and applause. ("[[Boardwalk Empire]]")
   
 
Bacharach loses the Mayor position when Edward Bader is elected in his place.
 
Bacharach loses the Mayor position when Edward Bader is elected in his place.

Revision as of 22:34, 28 October 2011

Harry Bacharach is an Atlantic City politician. Bacharach is the Mayor of Atlantic City until late 1920 and is played by John Rue.

Biography

Background

Bacharach has been a local politician for several years. He is a republican and the elected Mayor of Atlantic City. He is part of Treasurer Nucky Thompson's organisation. He has a reputation for being ineffectual.

Season 1

With the dawn of prohibition Nucky assembles his organisation for a dinner at Babette's Supper Club and explains that they are about to get in to bootlegging. Bacarach and his colleagues greet the announcement with cheers and applause. ("Boardwalk Empire")

Bacharach loses the Mayor position when Edward Bader is elected in his place.

Relationships

Memorable Quotes

Appearances

Season one appearances
Boardwalk Empire The Ivory Tower Broadway Limited Anastasia
Nights in Ballygran Family Limitation Home Hold Me in Paradise
Belle Femme The Emerald City Paris Green A Return to Normalcy
Season two appearances
21 Ourselves Alone A Dangerous Maid What Does the Bee Do?
Gimcrack & Bunkum The Age of Reason Peg of Old Two Boats and a Lifeguard
Battle of the Century Georgia Peaches Under God's Power She Flourishes To the Lost
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