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Gordon Douglas's 'Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye' on Blu-ray
James Cagney spent much of the 1940s trying to distance himself from the swaggering, tough-guy roles that had made him one of the definitive stars of Depression America. After extricating himself from his Warner Brothers contract in 1942, Cagney formed …
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Two classics make their Blu-ray debuts
The young man was only 32 when he died. He'd been born in San Francisco and lived in Oakland, Hong Kong, and elsewhere, but his family chose to have him buried in Seattle, where he'd attended school and worked for Ruby Chow as a waiter.
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