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Frank McHugh, James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart in The Roaring Twenties, 1939.

Frank McHugh, James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart publicity still for "The Roaring Twenties", 1939

James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart were both born in New York in 1899. Bogie died in 1957 of esophageal cancer. Cagney died on March 30, 1986. They made three films together; "Angels with Dirty Faces", "The Oklahoma Kid", and "The Roaring Twenties".

James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart were both born in New York in Bogie died in 1957 of esophageal cancer. Cagney died on March They made three films together; "Angels with Dirty Faces", "The Oklahoma Kid", and "The Roaring Twenties".

A Cagney smile

A Cagney smile

33 Classic Leading Men

Ranking 33 Classic Hollywood Leading Men

1942 Academy Award Winners - Greer Garson - Best Actress Oscar for "Mrs. Miniver" and James Cagney - Best Actor Oscar for "Yankee Doodle Dandy"

Greer Garson and James Cagney with their Oscars, March 1943 Greer won for her role in "Mrs. And holds the record for longest Oscar acceptance speech at 5 minutes, 30 seconds.

James Cagney and Michael Curtiz -- Angels With Dirty Faces

‘Angels with Dirty Faces’: Michael Curtiz’s Touching Gangster Classic Forged Under the All-Seeing Eye of the Hays Code

James Cagney en “Contra el Imperio del Crimen” (G Men), 1935

Rare colour photo of James Cagney showing his glorious red hair!

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