Glasgow Film Festival 2013

A retrospective celebration of the original big screen tough guy.

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Angels With Dirty Faces (Country: US; Year: 1938; Director: Michael Curtiz; Writer: John Wexley, Warren Duff; Stars: James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan, Billy Halop)
A troubled priest tries to save street kids from the influence of a gangster.
Love Me Or Leave Me (Country: US; Year: 1955; Director: Charles Vidor; Writer: Daniel Fuchs, Isobel Lennart; Stars: Doris Day, James Cagney, Cameron Mitchell)
A musical drama based on the life of jazz singer Ruth Etting and the marriage to a gangster that propelled her to stardom.
The Public Enemy (Country: US; Year: 1931; Director: William A. Wellman; Writer: Kubec Glasmon, John Bright; Stars: James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Edward Woods, Joan Blondell)
Two young bootleggers find themselves drawn into a gang war during Prohibition.
The Roaring Twenties (Country: US; Year: 1939; Director: Raoul Walsh; Writer: Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay; Stars: James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane, Gladys George, Jeffrey Lynn)
Three friends take very different career paths after returning from war to Prohibition America.
White Heat (Country: US; Year: 1949; Director: Raoul Walsh; Writer: Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, Virginia Kellogg; Stars: James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Edmond O'Brien, Margaret Wycherly, Steve Cochran, John Archer, Wally Cassell, Fred Clark, Joel Allen, Claudia Barrett)
James Cagney stars as a gang leader planning a final heist after he escapes from jail.

Casey Affleck liberated by ghosts Star talks Oscars, Rooney Mara and hiding under a sheet

In the city of the world's desire Ceyda Torun on KEDi, cats, femininity and the soul of Istanbul.

A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.

Completing the trip Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.

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