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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Cagney; Jean Harlow; Edward Woods; Joan Blondell; Priscilla Lane; Humphrey Bogart; Gladys George; Jeffrey Lynn; Frank McHugh; Paul Kelly; Edward G Robinson; Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.; William A Wellman; Kubec Glasmon; John Bright; Harvey Thew; Jerry Wald; Richard Macaulay; Robert Rossen; Mark Hellinger; Raoul Walsh; W R Burnett; Francis Edwards Faragoh; Mervyn LeRoy; Alfred E Green; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967)
|Language Note:||English dialogue; subtitles in English, French, or Spanish (except Smart Money). Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing.|
|Notes:||Titles from container.
Little Caesar based in the novel by W.R. Burnett.
Originally released as motion pictures in 1930 (Little Caesar), 1931 (The public enemy and Smart money) and 1939 (The roaring twenties).
The public enemy: Includes: Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the movies 1931 with newsreel, comedy short The eyes have it, cartoon Smile, darn ya, smile and theatrical trailers; featurette Beer and blood: enemies of the public; commentary by historian Robert Sklar; 1954 rerelease foreword.
The roaring twenties: Includes: Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the movies 1939 with newsreel, musical short All girl revue, comedy short The great library misery, cartoon Thugs with dirty mugs and theatrical trailers; featurette The roaring twenties: the world moves on; commentary by historian Lincoln Hurst.
Little Caesar: Includes: Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the movies 1930 with newsreel, Spencer Tracy drama short The hard guy, cartoon Lady, play your mandolin! and theatrical trailers; featurette Little Caesar: end of Rico, beginning of the antihero; commentary by historian Richard B. Jewell; 1954 rerelease foreword.
Smart money: Warner Night at the movies 1931 with newsreel, musical shorts George Jessel and his Russian art choir and The smart set-up, cartoon Big man from the north and theatrical trailer; commentary by historians Alain Silver and James Ursini.
|Credits:||The public enemy: story by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright ; screen adaptation by Harvey Thew ; directed by William A Wellman.
The roaring twenties: screenplay by Jerry Wald, Richard Macauley and Robert Rossen ; from an original story by Mark Hellinger ; directed by Raoul Walsh.
Little Caesar: novel by W.R. Burnett ; screen adaptation by Francis Edwards Faragoh ; directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
Smart money: The Vitaphone Corp. ; screen story & dialogue by Kubec Glasmon, John Bright, Lucien Hubbard, Joseph Jackson ; directed by Alfred E. Green.
|Cast:||The public enemy: James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Edward Woods, Joan Blondell.
The roaring twenties: James Cagney, Priscilla Lane, Humphrey Bogart, Gladys George, Jeffrey Lynn, Frank McHugh, Paul Kelly.
Little Caesar: Edward G. Robinson, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Smart money: Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney.
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (349 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; standard version; dual-layer format; Dolby digital mono.; NTSC region 1.|
|Contents:||The public enemy (84 min.) / story by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright ; screen adaptation by Harvey Thew ; directed by William A. Wellman --
The roaring twenties (106 min.) / directed by Raoul Walsh ; screenplay by Jerry Wald, Richard Macauley and Robert Rossen ; from an original story by Mark Hellinger --
Little Caesar (78 min.) / screen adaptation by Francis Edwards Faragoh ; directed by Mervyn LeRoy --
Smart money (81 min.) / screen story & dialogue by Kubic Glasmon ... [et al.] ; directed by Alfred E. Green.
|Series Title:||Turner classic movies.|
|Other Titles:||Public enemy.
TCM Turner classic movies Greatest gangster films collection.
|Responsibility:||Warner Bros. Pictures.|
The roaring twenties: After the WWI Armistice Lloyd Hart goes back to practice law, former saloon keeper George Hally turns to bootlegging, and out-of-work Eddie Bartlett becomes a cab driver. Eddie builds a fleet of cabs through delivery of bootleg liquor and hires Lloyd as his lawyer. George becomes Eddie's partner and the rackets flourish until love and rivalry interfere--www.imdb.com.
Little Caesar: Rico joins Sam Vettori's gang. He replaces Sam as leader, pushes rival gang leader Arnie Lorch out of town, then goes after the job of next-higher-up Pete Montana. He accepts when "Big Boy" offers him that prize but his sights are set higher still. They are also cast on his best friend Joe's girl Olga--www.imdb.com.
Smart money: Immigrant Greek barber has uncommon skills in playing poker and soon rises in the seedy world of illegal gambling, but pretty blondes remain his Achilles' heel--www.imdb.com.