SAN FRANCISCO A con artist was the guest of honor at a Bank of America dealer reception here. Bank of America's Floyd Robinson, left, plays host to Frank Abagnale Jr. an ex-con artist whose young exploits were made into a movie, "Catch Me If You Can." Well, a former con artist. And not just an ordinary one, but Frank Abagnale Jr., the subject of the Steven Spielberg movie, Catch Me If You Can. Leonardo DiCaprio portrayed Abagnale in the film based on his true-life exploits ...

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