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    Watch an abbreviated trailer produced by Charleston's Black Bear Studios of kingpins Barry "Flash" Foy and Les Riley as they are introduced for "The Gentlemen Smugglers" a documentary based on the Operation Jackpot drug-smuggling story that took place in the Lowcountry in the 1980s.

Watch an abbreviated trailer produced by Charleston's Black Bear Studios of kingpins Barry "Flash" Foy and Les Riley as they are introduced for "The Gentlemen Smugglers" a documentary based on the Operation Jackpot drug-smuggling story that took place in the Lowcountry in the 1980s. Black Bear Studios
Watch an abbreviated trailer produced by Charleston's Black Bear Studios of kingpins Barry "Flash" Foy and Les Riley as they are introduced for "The Gentlemen Smugglers" a documentary based on the Operation Jackpot drug-smuggling story that took place in the Lowcountry in the 1980s. Black Bear Studios

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