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Frisco Kid

Frisco Kid

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In the 1850s, San Francisco's Barbary Coast is a three-block hornet's nest of saloon louts, floozies, blowhards, cutthroats, card cheats, gold fever and get-rich-quick swindlers. Bat Morgan (James Cagney) should do very well here. Previously cast in contemporary roles and in one larkish Shakespearean effort, Cagney plunges into his first period film with his fists and charisma at the service of a story tracing Morgan's rise from shanghaied sailor to Barbary power broker. Margaret Lindsay, sharing a marquee with Cagney for the third time in 1935, plays the society demoiselle drawn to Morgan's rough charm. And director Lloyd Bacon keeps thronged scenes of dance-hall excitement and mob vigilantism roiling with atmosphere.

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    Title: Frisco Kid
    Genre: Action / Adventure
    Starring: Lili Damita, James Cagney, Margaret Lindsay, Ricardo Cortez, Lily Damita, Donald Woods, Joseph Crehan, Robert Strange, Joseph Sawyer, Fred Kohler
    Director: Lloyd Bacon
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Mono Sound
    Release Date: 2/23/2012
    Original Year: 1935
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 645023
    UPC: 883316450239
    Item #: 6154X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/23/2012
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 80 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives