James Cagney: A Great, Unappreciated Musical Talent of the 1930s

James Cagney was one of Warner Bros. Studio's primary “tough guy” actors in the 1930s. His huge success as Tom Powers in The Public Enemy from 1931 secured his image as an excellent gangster actor. In the four or five films he made before this, he usually played a criminal's assistant, some type of hoodlum, … Continue reading James Cagney: A Great, Unappreciated Musical Talent of the 1930s

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