Review: Live By Night
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THE LITTLE GIANT (1933), BULLETS OR BALLOTS (1936) , KID GALAHAD (1937), LARCENY INC. (1942) THE LITTLE GIANT (1933) Windy City bootlegger Robinson sets out for a new life when Prohibition kicks in. In posh, polo-playing Santa Barbara, he seeks class and atmosphere. But swindlers, gold diggers and great fun are what we get from this not-so-little pre-Code comedy gem. INCLUDES: Warner Night at the Movies 1933 with Newsreel, Musical Short Use Your Imagination, Cartoon The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon and Theatrical Trailers Commentary by Historians Daniel Bubbeo and John McCarty BULLETS OR BALLOTS (1936) They rule by fear of their guns and must be stopped by the power of your ballots. They are Bugs Fenner (Humphrey Bogart) and other mobsters whose illicit rackets will be smashed by undercover cop Johnny Blake (Edward G. Robinson). INCLUDES: Warner Night at the Movies 1936 with Newsreel, Musical Short George Hall and His Orchestra, Cartoon Im a Big Shot Now and Theatrical Trailers Featurette Gangsters: The Immigrants Hero Commentary by Historian Dana Polan How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 10: Trouble Shots Breakdowns of 1936: Studio Blooper Reel Radio Show Adaptation KID GALAHAD (1937) Robinson and Bogart play rival fight promoters and Bette Davis is the moll who has eyes for brawling bellhop Wayne Morris in this best of 30s boxing movies (David Shipman, The Story of Cinema). INCLUDES: Warner Night at the Movies 1940 with Newsreel, Comedy Short Postal Union, Your True Adventure Series Short Alibi Mark, Cartoons Egghead Rides Again, I Wanna Be a Sailor and Porkys Super Service and Theatrical Trailers Commentary by Historians Art Simon and Robert Sklar LARCENY INC. (1942) Robinson turns his mobster persona on its head and laughs spill from the pockets in a delicious tale of ex-jailbirds who run a luggage shop as a front while tunnelng into the bank next door. Bro
Testimony of Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson, a 1930s cinema icon, had an acting career that spanned more than 60 years. After a brush with silent films, he rose to true celebrity status in sound feature films and went on to take part in radio and television performances, then back to Broadway and on the road in live theatre. This work documents Robinson's every known public performance or appearance, listing co-workers, source material, background and critical commentary. The entries include feature films, documentaries, short subjects, cartoons, television and radio productions, live theatre presentations, narrations, pageants, and recordings. Also included are entries relating to his life and career, ranging from his wives to his art collection.
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In real life Edward G Robinson was a sophisticated, cultured man with a passion for fine art--set the standard for movie gangsters, both for himself in many later films and for the industry
Edward G Robinson said, "I have not collected art. Art collected me. I never found paintings. They found me. I have never even owned a work of art. They owned me."
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