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The Roaring Twenties

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
continues the season of great Warner Brothers pictures, starnng James Cagney , Humphrey Bogart FriscUIa Lane , Gladys George
Directed with great panache by Raoul Walsh , this was the last of the great Warner Brothers gangster films of the 30s. Cagney and Bogart are teamed as two buddies from World War I who are reunited in the bootlegging rackets of the prohibition era.
Screenplay by JERM WALK
RICHARD MACAULAY and ROBERT ROSSEM Produced by HAL B. WALLis Directed by RAOUL wALsa
(B)ac)t and M)hite). Films: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: James Cagney
Unknown: Humphrey Bogart
Unknown: Friscuia Lane
Unknown: Gladys George
Unknown: Raoul Walsh
Play By: Jerm Walk
Unknown: Richard MacAulay
Unknown: Robert Rossem
Produced By: Hal B. Wallis
Directed By: Raoul Walsa
Eddie Bartlett: James Cagnet
George Hally: Humphrey Bogart
Jean Sherman: Priscilla Lane
Lloyd Hart: Jeffrey Lynn
Panama Smith: Gladys George
Danny Green: Frank McHugh
Nick Brown: Paul Kelly
Mrs Sherman: Elizabeth Risdon
Henderson: Ed Keane
Sergeant: Joe Sawyer
Michaels: Joseph Crehan
Masters: George Meeker
Judge: John Hamilton
First detective: Robert Ellioir
Second detective: Eddie Chandler

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