Little Frankie Gallucio is a somewhat obscure name in the annals of organized crime except for one event. This occurred in 1923 when Al Capone worked as a bouncer in a Coney Island club run by mobster Frankie Yale. It was then that Gallucio arrived one evening with his younger sister, Lena, and his date. After Al Capone moved from Brooklyn to Chicago he often told people that the scars on his left cheek were earned while he was fighting in World War I. Yet this was an untrue story.