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Angels With Dirty Faces


James Cagney, Pat O’Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan View All


Michael Curtiz (Director), Warren Duff (Screenplay), John Wexley (Screenplay), Rowland Brown (Story) View All

Release: Nov. 26th, 1938
Runtime: 1 hour, 37 minutes
In New York, the boys Rocky Sullivan and Jerry Connelly are best friends and small time thieves. After a robbery, Rocky is arrested and sent to a reformatory school, where he begins his criminal career. Jerry escapes and later becomes a priest. After three years in prison, Rocky is released and demands the return of $100,000 deposited with his solicitor - prior to his jail term.
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