Appeared (as "Little Red") in "Outside Looking In" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Maxwell Anderson
. Based on the autobiography "Beggars of Life" by Jim Tully
. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The 39th Street Theatre from Nov 1925-close): 7 Sep 1925-Dec 1925 (closing date unknown/113 performances...
5 Biographical Movies |
9 Print Biographies |
4 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
20 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
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[Telegram sent to House Ways and Means Committee regarding No Runways on Vacation Isle - 1969] For more than 30 years I have watched Martha's Vineyard go downhill as a place of natural wonder and peaceful haven. Now they are talking of runways for jets. Is there to be no end to the destruction of all that is natural and worthwhile? Please give it some thought.
Cagney was repeatedly sought out for roles after his initial "retirement" in 1961. He was sorely tempted to accept the plum supporting role as Alfred P. Doolittle in My Fair Lady
(1964) and Francis Ford Coppola
visited him at his New York farm for a role (presumably Captain McCluskey) in The Godfather
(1972). He was flattered that the screenplay for Harry and Tonto
(1974) was specifically written...
Famous for his gangster roles he played in the 1930s and 1940s (which made his only Oscar win as the musical composer/dancer/actor George M.Cohan most ironic).
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