During the mid-1980s, Howard Marks had 43 aliases, 25 companies, and 89 phone lines, all laundering money from dealing cannabis. He was Britain's most wanted man. He had contracts with the IRA, the CIA, MI6 and the Mafia. After a world-wide operation, he was arrested and sentenced to 25 years at a State Penitentiary in Indiana, but was released in 1995 after serving seven years. With sales of his autobiography, "Mr Nice", exceeding 1 million copies worldwide, at long last Howard's celebrated stand up show is released to DVD. This is his story told before a live audience. "The narcotic Tommy Cooper." - London Evening Standard.