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List of James Cagney Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. White Heat (1949)
34
3
White Heat
34
3

Cody Jarrett is a gang leader who plans heists despite suffering from horrible headaches. When a train robbery goes wrong, he ends up shooting an investigator. He eventually ends up in prison, and authorities plant an undercover agent named Hank, in his cell, to find out more about Cody and his plans.  

Role:
Cody Jarrett
Starring:
Margaret Wycherly, Edmond O'Brien, Virginia Mayo, Steve Cochran
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
2. Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
37
2
Angels with Dirty Faces
37
2

Angels with Dirty Faces is a crime drama film which revolves around two young boys who were pickpockets, but gets separated when one of them gets arrested. Later one of them becomes a gangster while the other becomes a priest.

Role:
Rocky Sullivan
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien, George Bancroft
Directed By:
3. Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
34
3
Yankee Doodle Dandy
34
3

This musical is a biopic about the life of George Cohan, who used to produce, direct, write and star in his own musical shows and eventually received a legendary status.

Role:
George M. Cohan
Starring:
Walter Huston, Irene Manning, Joan Leslie, S.Z. Sakall
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
4. The Public Enemy (1931)
34
2
The Public Enemy
34
2

The Public Enemy is a crime drama film which tells the story of a street criminal, who manages to make it big in the criminal underworld, and becomes a powerful gangster.

Role:
Tom Powers
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Joan Blondell, Donald Cook, Edward Woods
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
5. Mister Roberts (1955)
34
4
Mister Roberts
34
4

Mister Roberts is a war comedy drama film which tells the story of a Naval officer who is longing for active duty, but he finds himself in conflict with his captain.

Role:
The Captain
Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Henry Fonda, Patrick Wayne, Betsy Palmer, William Powell
Directed By:
6. The Roaring Twenties (1939)
31
3
The Roaring Twenties
31
3

The Roaring Twenties is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of three friends Eddie Bartlett, George Hally and Lloyd Hart, who meet during the final days of the First World War. After returning home, they each attempt to make a living in their own ways.

Role:
Eddie Bartlett
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Jeffrey Lynn, Priscilla Lane, Gladys George
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
7. One, Two, Three (1961)
21
3
One, Two, Three
21
3

This American political comedy film is about an executive working for Coca Cola who is also given the task of taking care of his boss’s daughter, who is a socialite. When she falls for a German communist having anti capitalistic views, he is tasked with preventing her from getting married to him.

Role:
C.R. MacNamara
Starring:
John Banner, Arlene Francis, Leon Askin, Howard St. John, Horst Buchholz
Directed By:
8. Footlight Parade (1933)
22
5
Footlight Parade
TV-G
22
5

Footlight Parade is a musical comedy film which tells the story of Chester Kent, a Broadway director, who was once well-known for his musical comedies. With changing times, he begins to produce musical numbers called ‘prologues’, which are shown in movie theatres before the main feature is shown. Things get terrible for him, as one of his rivals is constantly stealing some of his ideas, probably with assistance from someone inside his own company. Meanwhile, his secretary has started falling for him, but Kent is so overwhelmed with his work that he doesn’t realize it.

Role:
Chester Kent
Starring:
John Garfield, Joan Blondell, Frank McHugh, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
9. The Gallant Hours (1960)
31
3
The Gallant Hours
TV-PG
31
3
Role:
Fleet Adm. William F. Halsey Jr.
Starring:
Vaughn Taylor, Richard Jaeckel, Ward Costello, Dennis Weaver
Directed By:
Robert Montgomery
10. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
17
6
Mutiny on the Bounty
17
6

Based on the 'Mutiny of 1788,’ this Academy Award-winning movie follows British Naval vessel HMS Bounty, captained by tyrannical Bligh, on its voyage to Tahiti. When Bligh’s ruthless discipline causes surgeon’s death, and he shackles crew-members in chains, ship’s Lieutenant Christian leads rebellious crew into mutiny, setting Bligh adrift in a boat. Later, midshipman Byam, though not part of the mutiny, faces court martial.

Starring:
Clark Gable, Charles Laughton, David Niven, Franchot Tone, Herbert Mundin, Eddie Quillan
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
11. The Strawberry Blonde (1941)
21
2
The Strawberry Blonde
21
2
Role:
Biff Grimes
Starring:
George Reeves, Olivia de Havilland, Rita Hayworth, Jack Carson, Alan Hale
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
12. City for Conquest (1940)
23
2
City for Conquest
23
2
Role:
Danny Kenny
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Elia Kazan, Donald Crisp, Frank McHugh, Frank Craven
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak, Jean Negulesco
13. Each Dawn I Die (1939)
21
3
Each Dawn I Die
21
3
Role:
Frank Ross
Starring:
George Bancroft, George Raft, Jane Bryan, Maxie Rosenbloom
Directed By:
William Keighley
14. Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
22
2
Love Me or Leave Me
22
2
Role:
Martin Snyder
Starring:
Doris Day, Cameron Mitchell, Tom Tully, Robert Keith
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
15. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
21
2
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
21
2
Role:
Ralph Cotter
Starring:
Barbara Lee Payton, William Frawley, Ward Bond, Luther Adler, Helena Carter
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
16. Man of a Thousand Faces (1957)
21
3
Man of a Thousand Faces
21
3
Role:
Lon Chaney
Starring:
Marjorie Rambeau, Dorothy Malone, Jane Greer, Jim Backus
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
17. 'G' Men (1935)
18
3
'G' Men
18
3
Role:
'Brick' Davis
Starring:
Robert Armstrong, Ann Dvorak, Barton MacLane, Margaret Lindsay
Directed By:
William Keighley
18. Blonde Crazy (1931)
18
2
Blonde Crazy
TV-G
18
2
Role:
Bert Harris
Starring:
Ray Milland, Joan Blondell, Noel Francis, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
19. Shake Hands with the Devil (1959)
17
3
Shake Hands with the Devil
17
3

The story of the film, adapted from Rearden Conner 1933 novel, follows a Dublin doctor and college lecturer Sean Lenihan who also works as the commander of the IRA. Fighting against the special British forces in 1921, he tries to convince his students to join him. One of them Kerry O'Shea, joins him, but soon realises that Lenihan is obsessed with his own dark and violent ideals.

Role:
Sean Lenihan
Starring:
Richard Harris, Sybil Thorndike, Glynis Johns, Michael Redgrave
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
20. The Millionaire (1931)
15
3
The Millionaire
15
3
Role:
Schofield
Starring:
David Manners, Evalyn Knapp, George Arliss, Florence Arliss
Directed By:
John G. Adolfi
21. Ragtime (1981)
14
4
Ragtime
PG
14
4

An upper-class family residing in New York finds a baby of African-American origin abandoned in their garden. They soon find out that the police are about to charge the mother with child abandonment and attempted murder. The mother decides to take the child in into their home, although the father is reluctant. However, things get complicated when the child’s father enters the picture.

Role:
New York Police Commissioner Rhinelander Waldo
Starring:
Mary Steenburgen, Fran Drescher, Elizabeth McGovern, John Ratzenberger, Jeff Daniels, Mandy Patinkin, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
22. Picture Snatcher (1933)
17
3
Picture Snatcher
17
3
Role:
Danny
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Alice White, Ralf Harolde, Ralph Bellamy, Patricia Ellis
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
23. 13 Rue Madeleine (1946)
18
3
13 Rue Madeleine
18
3
Role:
Robert Emmett 'Bob' Sharkey
Starring:
Walter Abel, Annabella, Richard Conte, Frank Latimore
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
24. The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941)
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3
The Bride Came C.O.D.
16
3
Role:
Steve Collins
Starring:
Bette Davis, William Frawley, Stuart Erwin, Eugene Pallette, Jack Carson
Directed By:
William Keighley
25. Jimmy the Gent (1934)
17
4
Jimmy the Gent
17
4
Role:
Jimmy Corrigan
Starring:
Bette Davis, Allen Jenkins, Alan Dinehart, Alice White
Directed By:
26. Come Fill the Cup (1951)
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2
Come Fill the Cup
16
2
Role:
Lew Marsh
Starring:
James Gleason, Raymond Massey, Gig Young, Phyllis Thaxter
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
27. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
15
3
A Midsummer Night's Dream
15
3

Based on the play by William Shakespeare, A Midsummer’s Night Dream is a fantasy romantic comedy film in which the royal wedding plans of Theseus, the Duke of Athens and Hippolyta, overlaps with the antics of several mischievous fairies residing in the forest.

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Olivia de Havilland, Ian Hunter, Verree Teasdale
Directed By:
William Dieterle, Max Reinhardt
28. The Fighting 69th (1940)
19
3
The Fighting 69th
TV-PG
19
3
Role:
Jerry Plunkett
Starring:
George Reeves, Alan Hale, Pat O'Brien, George Brent
Directed By:
William Keighley
29. Lady Killer (1933)
14
3
Lady Killer
TV-G
14
3
Role:
Dan Quigley
Starring:
Leslie Fenton, Mae Clarke, Douglass Dumbrille, Margaret Lindsay
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
30. The Mayor of Hell (1933)
13
3
The Mayor of Hell
13
3

The Mayor of Hell is a romantic crime drama film which tells the story of Patsy, a former gangster, who is appointed as the new officer of a state reform school.  He falls for an activist nurse, and she inspires him to take over the administration to run the place on radical principles.  

Role:
Patsy
Starring:
Madge Evans, Dudley Digges, Arthur Byron, Allen Jenkins
Directed By:
31. Taxi! (1932)
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2
Taxi!
17
2

Veteran taxi driver Pop Riley dies in jail after killing a criminal responsible for destroying his cab. Another young cabby, Matt Nolan, and part of a resistance against the same criminals who want to control the cab industry falls for Riley’s daughter Sue, pulling her again into a world of violence. 

Role:
Matt Nolan
Starring:
Loretta Young, Guy Kibbee, George E. Stone, Leila Bennett
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
32. Hard to Handle (1933)
14
3
Hard to Handle
14
3

A small time con artist named Lefty Merrill, has co-organized a danced marathon, and has set it up in a way, that his girlfriend will win the prize money. However when his partner disappears with the money before the contest is over, he has no other way but to come up with a series of cons to pay it back.

Role:
Lefty Merrill
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Mary Brian, Allen Jenkins, Ruth Donnelly, Claire Dodd
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
33. The St. Louis Kid (1934)
16
3
The St. Louis Kid
16
3
Role:
Eddie Kennedy
Starring:
Allen Jenkins, Robert Barrat, Patricia Ellis, Hobart Cavanaugh
Directed By:
Ray Enright
34. Johnny Come Lately (1943)
15
2
Johnny Come Lately
15
2

Based on Louis Bromfield's novel, Mcleod's Folly, the film focuses on an journalist turned drifter, who arrives in a small town, rife with corruption. Put on trial for vagrancy; he is saved by a lady, who gives him a job in her newspaper. Helped by a rich eccentric lady, they soon start exposing her rival newspaper owner, a powerful man with a large clout. 

Role:
Tom Richards
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Marjorie Main, Grace George, Marjorie Lord
Directed By:
William K. Howard
35. Smart Money (1931)
14
3
Smart Money
14
3
Role:
Jack
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Noel Francis, Evalyn Knapp, Ralf Harolde
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
36. Ceiling Zero (1936)
14
4
Ceiling Zero
14
4
Role:
Dizzy Davis
Starring:
Stuart Erwin, Pat O'Brien, Barton MacLane, June Travis
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
37. The Seven Little Foys (1955)
14
3
The Seven Little Foys
14
3
Starring:
Bob Hope, Jerry Mathers, Herbert Heyes, George Tobias
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
38. These Wilder Years (1956)
12
2
These Wilder Years
12
2

Businessman Steve Bradford travels to his hometown to find the son he put up for adoption twenty years ago. He befriends orphanage owner, Ann Dempster, who is sworn to keep the identity of adoptive parents secret. Steve resorts to betraying Ann but ultimately experiences a change of heart after meeting an abandoned pregnant girl Suzie. 

Role:
Steve Bradford
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Michael Landon, Walter Pidgeon, Betty Lou Keim, Don Dubbins
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
39. Tribute to a Bad Man (1956)
15
3
Tribute to a Bad Man
15
3
Role:
Jeremy Rodock
Starring:
Irene Papas, Lee Van Cleef, Stephen McNally, Don Dubbins
Directed By:
Robert Wise
40. Run for Cover (1955)
14
2
Run for Cover
14
2
Role:
Matt Dow
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Denver Pyle, Jean Hersholt, Grant Withers, Viveca Lindfors
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
41. Torrid Zone (1940)
13
5
Torrid Zone
13
5
Role:
Nick Butler
Starring:
George Reeves, Pat O'Brien, Andy Devine, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
William Keighley
42. Other Men's Women (1931)
13
2
Other Men's Women
13
2

Bill White and Jack Kulper are both engineers. While Bill is an irresponsible womanizer, his friend Jack is more solid. When Bill comes to stay with Jack for a while, he finds himself falling for Jack’s wife Lily. Although Lily feels the same way for him, Bill decides to leave, since he doesn’t wish to hurt his friend. However, Jack finds something suspicious, and when he confronts Bill about it, it leads to a fight. Jack gets seriously injured in the fight, and Bill soon finds himself consumed with guilt.  

Role:
Ed
Starring:
Mary Astor, Fred Kohler, Grant Withers, Regis Toomey
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
43. The Doorway to Hell (1930)
13
2
The Doorway to Hell
13
2
Starring:
Robert Elliott, Lew Ayres, Charles Judels, Dorothy Mathews
Directed By:
Archie Mayo
44. The Crowd Roars (1932)
15
2
The Crowd Roars
15
2
Role:
Joe Greer
Starring:
Joan Blondell, Guy Kibbee, Eric Linden, Ann Dvorak
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
45. The Oklahoma Kid (1939)
15
2
The Oklahoma Kid
15
2
Role:
Jim Kincaid
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Donald Crisp, Harvey Stephens, Rosemary Lane
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
46. Captains of the Clouds (1942)
13
2
Captains of the Clouds
13
2
Role:
Brian MacLean
Starring:
Alan Hale, Brenda Marshall, Dennis Morgan, George Tobias
Directed By:
47. You, John Jones! (1943)
12
2
You, John Jones!
12
2

This war drama short film tells the story of an air force officer named John Jones, whose daughter is preparing for a school event, when he is suddenly called away due to an air raid alarm. He soon realizes that he is quite lucky to be in America, as there is no bombing and no suffering like the war-torn nations of Europe.

Role:
John Jones
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Carey Wilson, Margaret O'Brien, Beal Wong
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
48. The West Point Story (1950)
16
2
The West Point Story
16
2

Producer Harry Eberhart, aiming to lure his cadet nephew, Tom Fletcher, towards Broadway, hires impoverished Broadway director Bix Bixby to help the cadets at West Point put on a professional-level show. However, Bixby soon runs afoul of the Commandant of Cadets for his disregard of disciplinary rules and is recruited as a temporary cadet himself.

Role:
Elwin 'Bix' Bixby
Starring:
Doris Day, Gene Nelson, Virginia Mayo, Gordon MacRae
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
49. What Price Glory (1952)
14
2
What Price Glory
14
2

During the First World War, while stationed at France, lifelong rival,s Captain Flagg and 1st Sergeant Quirt, compete for the love of French beauty Charmaine. While their shenanigans land them in trouble, they also form a brotherhood as the horrific realities of the War set in.  

Role:
Capt. Flagg
Starring:
Robert Wagner, William Demarest, Dan Dailey, Corinne Calvet
Directed By:
50. The Time of Your Life (1948)
12
2
The Time of Your Life
12
2

Nick’s bar-restaurant, ‘Pacific Street Saloon', is a place where the regulars are a group of misfits, each having their own story which slowly unfolds. The motley crowd includes an aspiring dancer-comedian, a broke hired as pianist, an imaginative cowboy, an ex-burlesque actress harassed by a bully, bar-owner Nick and wealthy enigmatic Joe who gently prods and nudges them to achieve their goals.

Role:
Joseph T. (who observes people)
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Wayne Morris, William Bendix, Jeanne Cagney
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
51. Here Comes the Navy (1934)
11
2
Here Comes the Navy
11
2

Chester O'Connor decides to join the US Navy to antagonize his nemesis, Chief Petty Officer, William ‘Biff’ Martin. He ends up falling in love with Biff’s sister, Dorothy, but makes an enemy out of other sailors with his demeaning attitude towards the Navy. However, he manages to redeem himself and outrank Biff by the end. 

Role:
Chesty
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Pat O'Brien, Frank McHugh, Dorothy Tree
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
52. A Lion Is in the Streets (1953)
13
2
A Lion Is in the Streets
13
2
Role:
Hank Martin
Starring:
Barbara Hale, Warner Anderson, John McIntire, Anne Francis
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
53. Something to Sing About (1937)
12
2
Something to Sing About
12
2

This film revolves around a New York bandleader who journeys to Hollywood after being offered a contract with a studio. However, he is determined to work his way and not theirs.

Role:
Thadeus McGillicuddy aka Terry Rooney
Starring:
William Frawley, Gene Lockhart, Mona Barrie, Evelyn Daw
Directed By:
Victor Schertzinger
54. Sinners' Holiday (1930)
10
2
Sinners' Holiday
10
2
Role:
Harry Delano
Starring:
Lucille La Verne, Grant Withers, Warren Hymer, Joan Blondell
Directed By:
John G. Adolfi
55. Blood on the Sun (1945)
14
2
Blood on the Sun
14
2
Role:
Nick Condon
Starring:
Robert Armstrong, Sylvia Sidney, Porter Hall, John Emery
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
56. Great Guy (1936)
11
2
Great Guy
11
2
Role:
Johnny Cave
Starring:
Henry Kolker, Edward Brophy, Mae Clarke, James Burke
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
57. He Was Her Man (1934)
11
2
He Was Her Man
11
2
Role:
Flicker Hayes, aka Jerry Allen
Starring:
Joan Blondell, Victor Jory, Sarah Padden, Frank Craven
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
58. The Irish in Us (1935)
11
2
The Irish in Us
TV-G
11
2

In an Irish family of mother and three sons, Pat and Mike hold respectable jobs as policeman and fireman, while Danny struggles as a boxing promoter. Pat wants Danny to get a steady job and support their mother, so he can leave home to marry girlfriend Lucille. But everything turns topsy-turvy when Lucille meets Danny and discovers that she loves Danny, not Pat.

Role:
Danny O'Hara
Starring:
Olivia de Havilland, Allen Jenkins, Frank McHugh, Pat O'Brien
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
59. Winner Take All (1932)
11
2
Winner Take All
11
2
Role:
Jim 'Jimmy' Kane
Starring:
Marian Nixon, Guy Kibbee, Dickie Moore, Virginia Bruce
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
60. Frisco Kid (1935)
11
3
Frisco Kid
11
3

During the 1850s, Bat Morgan, a sailor is robbed and kidnapped by the crew of another ship. However, he manages to escape, and over some time, he rises to a position of power in the infamous Barbary Coast .                     

Role:
Bat Morgan
Starring:
Lili Damita, Ricardo Cortez, Donald Woods, Margaret Lindsay
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
61. Boy Meets Girl (1938)
11
2
Boy Meets Girl
11
2
Role:
Robert Law
Starring:
Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bellamy, Frank McHugh, Marie Wilson
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
62. Devil Dogs of the Air (1935)
11
2
Devil Dogs of the Air
11
2
Role:
Tommy O'Toole
Starring:
Pat O'Brien, Frank McHugh, Margaret Lindsay, John Arledge
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
63. Never Steal Anything Small (1959)
11
2
Never Steal Anything Small
11
2
Role:
Jake MacIllaney
Starring:
Cara Williams, Shirley Jones, Roger Smith, Nehemiah Persoff
Directed By:
Charles Lederer
64. Starlift (1951)
9
3
Starlift
9
3

An Air Force crewman, Rick, lies to Neil Wayne, a film star, that he is headed to the war zone, in order to impress her. She eventually develops a liking for him, but chaos ensues, when she finds out that he was lying. 

Starring:
Jane Wyman, Gary Cooper, Doris Day, Gene Nelson, Ruth Roman, Janice Rule
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
65. Short Cut to Hell (1957)
9
2
Short Cut to Hell
9
2
Starring:
Murvyn Vye, William Bishop, Georgann Johnson, Robert Ivers, Yvette Vickers
Directed By:
James Cagney
66. How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 11: 'Practice Shots' (1931)
8
1
How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 11: 'Practice Shots'
8
1

Golf expert Bobby Jones arrives at the golf course, along with few actors, waiting for the director to arrive, in order to film an instructional video. In order to pass the time, he answers several questions from the actors, and also demonstrates a few practice shots.

Role:
James Cagney (uncredited)
Starring:
Donald Cook, Anthony Bushell, Bobby Jones, O.B. Keeler
Directed By:
George Marshall
67. Arizona Bushwhackers (1968)
7
1
Arizona Bushwhackers
7
1

The Union army sends a Confederate prisoner to a lawless town in Arizona, where he takes up the job of the Sheriff. He is forced to deal with hostile residents and a crooked saloon owner who is peddling rifles.  

Starring:
Marilyn Maxwell, John Ireland, Yvonne De Carlo, Scott Brady
Directed By:
Lesley Selander

TV Movie(s)

1. Terrible Joe Moran (1984)
10
3
Terrible Joe Moran
10
3
Role:
Joe Moran
Starring:
Art Carney, Joseph Sirola, Peter Gallagher, Ellen Barkin
Directed By:
Joseph Sargent

Animation(s)

The Ballad of Smokey the Bear (1966)
The Ballad of Smokey the Bear
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Barry Pearl, Herb Duncan, Rose Marie Jun, William Marine
Directed By:
Larry Roemer

TV Shows and Videos

Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)
Robert Montgomery Presents
Starring:
Don Knotts, Leslie Nielsen, Grace Kelly, Vincent Price, Elizabeth Montgomery, Charlton Heston, James Dean
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Norman Felton, James P. Yarbrough, Vincent J. Donehue
The Christophers (1952)
The Christophers
Starring:
Don Ameche, Helen Hayes, Teresa Wright, Jeanne Crain, Irene Dunne, Bing Crosby, Celeste Holm
Directed By:
Charles Bennett
Phil Collins: I Wish It Would Rain Down (1990)
Phil Collins: I Wish It Would Rain Down
Role:
Himself (archiveFootage)
Starring:
Jeffrey Tambor, Phil Collins, Groucho Marx, Eric Clapton
Directed By:
James Yukich

James Cagney Awards

Academy Awards
Yankee Doodle Dandy Best Actor in a Leading Role 1943