Pretty Boy Floyd

Pretty Boy Floyd is set during the rural Great Depression of Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath, but this isn’t the story of an Okie trying to get a job picking peaches. Floyds legacy is that of a record-setting bank robber, and the consummate rage of six hundred rounds per minute, machine gunning his way into American History. This is the true life story of the closest thing America had to Robin Hood: Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd. Written by Kevin Bernhardt.​