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Beth Harmon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great movie and great performances.
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2016
Simple story of two childhood pals, who after attempting to lift a train car full of fountain pens, take different paths in life when one boy escapes from the cops who catch them and the other is caught and tossed into a juvenile jail. Years later they meet up... See more
Simple story of two childhood pals, who after attempting to lift a train car full of fountain pens, take different paths in life when one boy escapes from the cops who catch them and the other is caught and tossed into a juvenile jail.

Years later they meet up again. Rocky Sullivan (the one who was caught and has spent many years since then in and out of jail) returns to the old neighborhood and reconnects (sort of) with Father Jerry (the other one who managed to escape and became a priest to atone for his past mischief).

A joyous reunion at first, Father Jerry is disheartened to witness Rocky becoming a bad influence on and a hero to the neighborhood kids that Jerry has been trying to steer on the right path. Nor are they the only ones Rocky has a bad effect on. A woman (Ann Sheridan) that he teased as a teen, is at first wary of him, then also falls under his seductive but corrupt power. Without intending to, Rocky undermines all of his best friend''s honest efforts to keep everyone in the neighborhood on the straight and narrow.

Rocky also has to deal with his corrupt lawyer Frazier (Humphrey Bogart) who convinced him to cop to a crime that sent Rocky to the Big House for 3 years. After his release, Rocky initiates himself back into the crime world despite Frazier''s efforts to eliminate him. Frazier and local crime boss Mac Keefer finally decided that something must be done about Rocky and Father Jerry when Father Jerry decides to wage a public war against organized crime in the papers on the radio. With still a thread of loyalty to his old pal, Rocky takes drastic measures to stop them.....which ultimately leads to his own demise in the end.

James Cagney is a powerhouse as Rocky.. Most people would probably say either The Public Enemy or White Heat is Cagney at his best and while he is magnificent in both films he''s at his most charming and energetic in Angels IMO. The finale when Rocky is led to the electric chair, he is at first defiant, then seemingly turns yellow at the very last moment, screaming and kicking as he being strapped into the chair. It is debatable whether or not Rocky really did turn yellow or merely did it as a favor for Father Jerry who had asked him to put on a show to prevent other children from following Rocky''s path and end up with a similar fate. I can see an argument for both sides, but I won''t speculate.

Pat O''Brien is equally effective as Father Jerry, who remains as loyal to Rocky as much as Rocky will allow him, but realizes he also has to think about the great good of others.

Really great movie well worth owning.
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Jack E. Levic
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
CLASSIC JAMES CAGNEY AS A GANGSTER
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2016
If you''re a fan of classic films, the first thing that will amaze you is seeing young versions of James Cagney, Pat O''Brien, Humphrey Bogart and lovely Ann Sheridan. Cagney was once boyishly handsome and Bogart was still Bogart just less weathered. ANGELS WITH... See more
If you''re a fan of classic films, the first thing that will amaze you is seeing young versions of James Cagney, Pat O''Brien, Humphrey Bogart and lovely Ann Sheridan. Cagney was once boyishly handsome and Bogart was still Bogart just less weathered.

ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES has a magical cast with Michael Curtiz as the director. Just imagine the great films in the future for these actors and director. According to the information in the DVD case, this was the 6th time James Cagney and Pat O''Brien worked together on a film and there is a chemistry there and the film is more about their deeply bonded yet troubled friendship. Ann Sheridan as the love interest is almost an afterthought.
The Dead End Kids do what they did best--play street urchins They are the tough kids on the street bonded together in their miserable young lives. .

Cagney is Rocky Sullivan, a gangster and thug. Pat O''Brien is Father Connolly desperately trying to save the neighborhood kids from a life of crime. The two were street hoods as kids. Rocky ended up in a life of prison and crime whereas Connolly cleaned up his act and ended up a priest. Rocky reunites with his childhood friend and becomes an idol to the street kids. Things seem promising for Rocky but can he change? No, Rocky''s heart is still in the world of crime and Father Connolly must rally against his friend with tragic results.

It''s an interesting film to watch set in a chaotic time. The cast is fantastic. Unfortunately, the ending is hard to swallow and understand but this was an era of filmmaking with high ideals. If you like classic films, ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES is worth a look.
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Transcendental Thomist
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Classic gangster pic
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2014
Cagney plays a mobster and Pat O''Brien plays his childhood friend who became a Catholic priest. Due to a childhood incident growing up in Hell''s Kitchen, one kid grew up good with gentle religious influences and the other kid grew up bad in the criminal justice system.... See more
Cagney plays a mobster and Pat O''Brien plays his childhood friend who became a Catholic priest. Due to a childhood incident growing up in Hell''s Kitchen, one kid grew up good with gentle religious influences and the other kid grew up bad in the criminal justice system. That''s the basic setup.

The plot kicks off as Cagney gets out of prison and gets involved with the mob again in addition to mentoring neighborhood kids in the priest''s parish center, setting up a moral dilemma where he must decide what example to set for these "dead end kids." The execution here feels a bit dated and doesn''t hold up as well as many classic Hollywood films, but it still packs a pretty good punch. Cagney is strong at playing the bad guy with a heart of gold, but this film''s glorification of his bad boy lifestyle tends to undermine the story''s "good guy" conclusion, making it feel contrived. O''Brien also feels a bit too weak and mild to hold up against the fiery Cagney on screen, making one wish he had given the priest a bit more spine to create some sparks. Cagney''s love interest is a pluckier screen presence, but is more window dressing than a major part of his character motivations. O''Brien plays the priest very well as a virtuous man who feels compassion for everyone in his old neighborhood and wants to to help them. He''s just too passive to leave much of an impression.

If you like James Cagney, you won''t want to miss this legendary role. If not, you might be left feeling cold by this movie. Cagney is more about image and posturing than acting, but his non-verbal cues as a screen "tough guy" don''t carry the same power they evidently carried when this film came out. Nevertheless, "Angels" is an important milestone in American crime thrillers, and some of the screenplay''s double-crossing is compellingly acted by a solid cast. The mob showdown and conclusion still generate enough excitement to be reasonably entertaining. This DVD release also has some pretty good special features from the original film''s promotional materials, making it a cut above your average bare-bones disc. It''s a good movie, not great, but very watchable.
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Jessica F. Norick
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One Of Cagney''s Finest & One Of My All-Time Favorites!
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2004
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD The silhouette of "Rocky Sullivan" (played by James Cagney) struggling with the guards as he is being strapped to the electric chair is one of the most moving moments ever filmed. Was he scared and frightened? Was it a selfless act so that... See more
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD

The silhouette of "Rocky Sullivan" (played by James Cagney) struggling with the guards as he is being strapped to the electric chair is one of the most moving moments ever filmed. Was he scared and frightened? Was it a selfless act so that the "Dead End Kids" wouldn''t end up in a similar situation? I strongly recommend you watch the film and decide for yourself.

Two friends grow up together on the Lower East Side of New York. One turns to a life of crime and the other turns to God and the priesthood. Having just been released from prison "Rocky" returns to the district where he grew up to collect money owed to him by his corrupt lawyer James Frazier (played by Humphrey Bogart). While he is there he calls in on his old friend Jerry Connelly (played by Pat O''Brien) who is now a priest. He is working with a group of young boys (The Dead End Kids) trying to keep them on the straight and narrow and away from crime. Rocky''s infamy as a gangster assures him of being popular with the boys who idolise him, however, it is because if this popularity that Fr. Jerry asks him to pretend to be scared as he is taken to the chair. He doesn''t want the boys to follow in his footsteps and end up in the same situation. Rocky refuses and walks to the chair without a flinch. On reaching the chair he cries out and struggles.

Did he do it for the boys? I think so. Was the priest a hypocrite? I think so. Father Jerry wouldn''t accept money from Rocky for the building of a new gym for the boys because the money was corrupt. However, he was willing to allow the boys to have a false impression of Rocky as a coward.

All-in-All, This Gets 5 Stars Out Of A Possible 5 In My Book.
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Really good
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2021
I got this for its a+ rating… it did not disappoint… definitely a hardcore movie meant to shake you
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peter carlaftes
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pretty much the perfect Warners Brothers film
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2015
Pretty much the perfect Warners Brothers film. Cagney blew Spencer Tracy in Boy''s Town out of the water but Tracy received his second (consecutive) Oscar. Hell –Pat O''Brien''s Father Jerry was a more crafted performance than Tracy''s Father Flanagan yet Cagney would have to... See more
Pretty much the perfect Warners Brothers film. Cagney blew Spencer Tracy in Boy''s Town out of the water but Tracy received his second (consecutive) Oscar. Hell –Pat O''Brien''s Father Jerry was a more crafted performance than Tracy''s Father Flanagan yet Cagney would have to wait four more years for his Oscar though it would have been more fitting to win for his role Rocky Sullivan the gangster than George M Cohan the showman. Not to say Cagney wasn''t fantastic as the showman –just more fitting is all. You can watch this picture 100 times and still reach for it. Aces!!!
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Product exactly as described!
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2021
Excellent seller!
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MGM
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
They don''t make them like this anymore!
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2017
This remarkable film holds up well after almost eighty years. The boys choir at the beginning was from St. Brendan Church in Los Angeles, also known as The Robert Mitchell Boys'' Choir. They sing a version of the "Sanctus", which remains part of the Roman Catholic... See more
This remarkable film holds up well after almost eighty years. The boys choir at the beginning was from St. Brendan Church in Los Angeles, also known as The Robert Mitchell Boys'' Choir. They sing a version of the "Sanctus", which remains part of the Roman Catholic Mass even in its English form. I have always wondered who the composer is. It might be part of a complete musical score for all the ordinary parts of the Mass. Can anyone out there help me get this information?
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Numinous Ugo
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the Great Classic Gangster Movies
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 22, 2010
There were a number of classic gangster films that were a staple of my childhod Saturday or Sunday afternoons. They Often involved Humphrey Bogart, Edward G Robinson or, most dangerous of all James Cagney. This is Cagney at his best, Bogart not central character here,...See more
There were a number of classic gangster films that were a staple of my childhod Saturday or Sunday afternoons. They Often involved Humphrey Bogart, Edward G Robinson or, most dangerous of all James Cagney. This is Cagney at his best, Bogart not central character here, however his presence adds a bit of gravitas to the cast. Some reviewers of this film have commented that Pat O''Brien''s Father Connelly lacks dynamism and is just a bit too "good", especially next to Cagney''s Rocky Sullivan. This is a huge mistake based on the dreadful current trend of trying to make all good characters a bit flawed and bad because this is how Hollywood see that we all are. It is central to the way that the story unfolds that the distinction beween the unconpramisingly good Connelly is maintained. The key to O''Briens performance is that he isgood and well meaning but lacks the charisma of Rocky Sullivan. He is fighting an uphill struggle to steer the local (Dead End) kids onto the right path, away from gangs and crime. He still believes in redemption for his childhood friend aided by the infeasibly naive Laura Ferguson (Ann Sheridan) Modern Hollywood could not make such a film. Look at another classic film Cape Fear. The 1962 original finds the all good Sam Bowen (Gregory Peck) being forced into breaking the law to protect his innocent daughter. He is balanced against the evil Max Cady (Robert Mitchum) who is out for revenge because Peck put him in jail. In the 1991 remake Nick Nolte''s Bowen had lied in his evidence that put Cady in jail and so De Niro''s Cady seems to have a genuine grudge although he was equally guilty of the crime. Furthemore the daughter changes name from the homely Nancy to Danielle and becomes sexually aware. This all serves to blur the bowndries and ultimately saps alll the energy from the film. Where the original had a tension that built to an almost unbearable climax the remake trundled on and I could not care so deeply about any of the characters. So please don''t see the inbalance of energy in the characters as a flaw in this film it is key to the film. The quiet determination and reasoning of Father Connelly manages, in the end, to persuade Sullivan to do the right thing.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 6, 2020
great film, good picture and audio , 1 draw back were the foreign subs, not mentioned in the description but still watchable ... "you dirty rat" as Cagney would say.
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Pamela Ann Donaghey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very good DVD
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2020
Love this DVD anything to do with James Cagney is brilliant
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wayne reed
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Quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 9, 2021
Great film, with one of the greats
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JOHN GEE
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
JUST BUY ONE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 30, 2020
IV ALWAYS LOVED THIS FILM SO WILL YOU
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