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Eddie (Cagney), George (Bogart), and Lloyd (Lynn) are three WWI buddies who find their lives intersecting unexpectedly in Prohibition-era New York. Eddie becomes a bootlegger and vies with George for status as crime boss. Lloyd is the attorney working to prosecute them. Great gangster flick was the last time Bogart and Cagney worked together after "Angels with Dirty Faces" (1938) and "The Oklahoma Kid" (1939). Cheesy script delivered with zest by top pros.

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Available on Running time 106 minutes.

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Genres
Crime Drama, Period Piece: 1920s, Gangs, Gambling, New York, New York, Organized Crime, Director/Star Teams: Walsh & Bogart
Screenplay
Robert Rossen, Richard Macaulay
Cast
James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Jeffrey Lynn, Priscilla Lane, Gladys George, Frank McHugh, Paul Kelly, Joseph (Joe) Sawyer
Cinematography
Ernest Haller
Director
Raoul Walsh
Music
Heinz Roemheld, Ray Heindorf
Producer
Warner, Hal B. Wallis

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