Appeared (as "Ensemble") in "Grand Street Follies" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by / lyrics by / directed by Agnes Morgan. Additional music by William K. Irwin and Serge Walter
. Choreographed by Dave Gould. Booth Theatre: 1 May 1929-Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Hal Brogan (as "Ensemble"), Albert
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5' 6½" (1.69 m)
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All I try to do is to realise the man I'm playing fully, then put as much into my acting as I know how. To do it, I draw upon all that I've ever known, heard, seen or remember.
According to his authorized biography, Cagney, although of Irish and Norwegian extraction, could speak Yiddish since he had grown up in a heavily Jewish area in New York. He used to converse in Yiddish with Jewish performers like Sylvia Sidney
Unmistakable rapid-fire speaking voice
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