Great Guy

James Cagney had a wide range of acting abilities during his time at the top in the 1930’s, 1940’s, and the 1950’s. We have all observed him flaunt his flawless gun whipping aptitudes in “Blessed messengers with Dirty Faces” (1938.) His singing and moving abilities in “the West Point Story” (1950.) However, in this Grand National Pictures (1936-1939) discharge shows his acting gifts off from an alternate perspective. Rather than playing his typically ‘miscreant’ jobs. He plays a ‘hero’ in “Extraordinary Guy” (1936.) Cagney plays Johnny Cave, the head reviewer of New York’s Department of Weights and Measurements. On the off chance that you have ever been cheated by 5 pennies in gas or didn’t get those 10 plums you paid for, Cagney is the person to sort it out. En route, he attempts to keep his young lady, Mae Clarke, glad and with him when he attempts to beat her down to nothing but bad chief. A wrongdoing spine chiller that will keep the watcher as eager and anxious as ever.


James Cagney, Mae Clarke, James Burke

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