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One, Two, Three! (1961) Not exactly a movie from the golden age, but certainly one of James Cagney's funniest roles! I love it.

One, Two, Three! (1961) Not exactly a movie from the golden age, but certainly one of James Cagney's funniest roles! I love it.

James Cagney and the little Rascals boy in a scene from a 1930s film.

James Cagney and the little Rascals boy in a scene from a 1930s film.

James Cagney and Pat O'Brien (they were great friends).....Uploaded By  www.1stand2ndtimearound.etsy.com

James Cagney and Pat O'Brien (they were great friends).....Uploaded By www.1stand2ndtimearound.etsy.com

James Cagney and Pat O’Brien in Angels With Dirty Faces (1938), the sixth of the nine features the pair made together.

James Cagney and Pat O’Brien in Angels With Dirty Faces (1938), the sixth of the nine features the pair made together.

“My childhood was surrounded by trouble, illness, and my dad's alcoholism, but as I said, we just didn't have the time to be impressed by all those misfortunes. I have an idea that the Irish possess a built-in don't-give-a-damn that helps them through all the stress.”   James Cagney

“My childhood was surrounded by trouble, illness, and my dad's alcoholism, but as I said, we just didn't have the time to be impressed by all those misfortunes. I have an idea that the Irish possess a built-in don't-give-a-damn that helps them through all the stress.” James Cagney

James Cagney. Después de protagonizar la gran película de Billy Wilder, “Uno, dos, tres” (1961), James Cagney tomó la decisión de retirarse del cine, regresando de manera sorprendente en los años 80 con “Ragtime” (1981), una película dirigida por Milos Forman. En “Ragtime” también aparecía Pat O’Brien, su eterno compañero en tantas películas de los años 30.

James Cagney. Después de protagonizar la gran película de Billy Wilder, “Uno, dos, tres” (1961), James Cagney tomó la decisión de retirarse del cine, regresando de manera sorprendente en los años 80 con “Ragtime” (1981), una película dirigida por Milos Forman. En “Ragtime” también aparecía Pat O’Brien, su eterno compañero en tantas películas de los años 30.

JAMES CAGNEY | Humphrey Bogart  in "The Roaring Twenties" (1939)http://sundaymorningmovie.blogspot.com/2014/08/rse-and-shine.htm

JAMES CAGNEY | Humphrey Bogart in "The Roaring Twenties" (1939)http://sundaymorningmovie.blogspot.com/2014/08/rse-and-shine.htm