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Cagney

James. 1899--1986, US film actor, esp in gangster roles; his films include The Public Enemy (1931), Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), The Roaring Twenties (1939), and Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) for which he won an Oscar.
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The Academy Award(R) For Best Actor given to Cagney for the role as the patriot showman, George M.
We made good numbers and they agreed to try it as a series - if Cagney was re-cast.
Mr Cagney asked Mr MacKernan if he was aware of his client's financial circumstances.
Though Cagney had made his film reputation as a tough guy, he originally began his career as a song and dance man, which is why it's no surprise that he was able to combine his screen charisma and musical talents and parlay them into an Oscar-winning performance as composer-entertainer George M.
James Cagney was a true legend of Hollywood, and the Postal Service is pleased to bring the celebration of his inspiring work to the millions of Americans who send and receive mail daily," said Willhite, who dedicated the stamp.
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She told co-host Mark Cagney and other members of the Ireland AM crew of her decision yesterday afternoon.
Bitter infighting between factions of the Screen Actors Guild has escalated into a war of accusations, sign-waving protests and even the exploitation of such Hollywood legends as Boris Karloff and James Cagney in an advertising campaign.
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UCI Cinemas spokeswoman Katy Harris said: "The gangster film genre is as popular with cinema-goers today as it was when James Cagney first swaggered across the screen.