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"The Public Enemy" (1931): A taut, realistic time capsule of the Prohibition Era, showcasing James Cagney's powerhouse breakthrough as a streetwise tough guy who rises high in the bootleg racket. "The Roaring Twenties" (1939): Humphrey Bogart and Ida Lupino star in this soulful study of a gangster whose hard-boiled persona finds itself at war with his compassionate side - a side that will ultimately be his downfall. "Little Caesar" (1930): Loosely based on Al Capone! Edward G. Robinson rocketed to stardom as a pugnacious hoodlum who murderously rises to the top ranks of the underworld. "Smart Money" (1931): In their only screen teaming, "Little Caesar's" Edward G. Robinson leads the way and "The Public Enemy's" James Cagney rides shotgun in this brisk tale of barbers who go from cutting hair to cutting in on the gambling racket.
Presented in Black & White, Audio Commentary, Documentary, Featurettes, Theatrical Trailers, Subtitles: English, French and Spanish.
"Leonard Maltin Hosts Warner Night at the Movies with Newsreel: 1930, 1931, and 1939"; Comedy Shorts: "The Eyes Have It", "The Great Library Misery"; Classic Cartoons: "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile", "Thugs with Dirty Mugs", "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!" and "Big Man from the North"; "Beer and Blood: Enemies of the Public"; 1954 Re-release Foreword; "The Roaring Twenties: The World Moves On"; "'Little Caesar': End of Rico, Beginning of the Antihero"; Spencer Tracy Drama Short "The Hard Guy"; Musical Shorts: "All Girl Revue", "George Jessel and His Russian Art Choir" and "The Smart Set-Up".
|Starring:||James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Ida Lupino, Edward G. Robinson, Jean Harlow, Joan Blondell, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.|
|Studio Name:||Warner Bros.|
|DVD Release Date:||09/07/2010|
|Run Time (in minutes):||348 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.24|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44|
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