Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
alternate angle of the gangsters bombing a storefront reused
footage from this of Cagney shooting pistol and gangsters bombing a store are used in a montage
brief clip of James Cagney on fire escape is used in opening montage
Opening credits introduce Billy Halop through Bernard Punsley as "The 'Dead End' Kids"
A character carries a sign advertising this film.
Red Button's does the Rocky shoulder hitch while imitating Cagney.
Mentioned as part of James Cagney's filmography.
Alan Alda's character looking at that kid says "The Dead End Kids in Korea"
Pike attempts to compare this film to Sergeant Wilson's actions.
Potter says they look those Dead End Kids
Mr. White's line is paraphrased from Rocky Sullivan (James Cagney) - "You slap me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize."
Fitz and his wife discuss the film's ending.
Fitz mentions Cagney's smile at his electrocution.
Referenced by name
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Marge watches the film A KISS BEFORE FRYING which features the very Cagneyesque inmate Johnny Stabbo being electrocuted.
mentioned as a movie to watch
Baby Face Nelson gives an impersonation of Cagney's line, ""Whaddya hear, whaddya say", from this movie.
on movie marquee
Included in a $25,000 question
Photograph of James Cagney is shown.
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
Mentioned by DiNozzo
Cagney slaps a dirty faced angel
Shot by Cagney
Scene with Cagney holding gun on Pat O'Brien scene
Playing at the movie theater in the first scene.
Kevin uses a version of the film called "Angels With Filthy Souls" as an illusion for the pizza delivery boy and Marv.
Hamton and Buster spoof some of the movie's dialogue before he heads in the principal's office