Greatest Classic Films: Gangsters - Edward G. Robinson

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Greatest Classic Films: Gangsters - Edward G. Robinson

The Little Giant

Windy City bootlegger Robinson sets out for a new life when Prohibition ends. 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.

Bullets Or Ballots

"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).

Kid Galahad

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).

Larceny, Inc.

Robinson turns his mobster persona on its head in a delicious tale of ex-jailbirds who run a luggage shop as a front while tunneling into the bank next door. Broderick Crawford, Jane Wyman and Anthony Quinn costar.

Details

  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Dec 01 2011
  • Empire SKU 1597135
  • UPC Code 883929166442
  • Studio  Warner Bros.
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 4
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles English and French

Features

The Little Giant
Warner Night At The Movies - 1933 With Newsreel and Musical Short Use Your Imagination
Commentary By Historian s Daniel Bubbeo and John McCarty

Bullets Or Ballots
Warner Night At The Movie - 1936 With Newsreel and Musical Short George Hall and His Orchestra
Featurette - Gangsters: The Immigrant's Hero
Commentary By Historian Dana Polan

Kid Galahad
Warner Night At The MoviesComedy Short - Postal Union and your True Adventure Series Short Alibi Mark
Commentary By Historians Art Simon and Robert Sklar
Larceny, Inc.
Warner Night At The Movies - 1942 with Newsreel and Patriotic Short Winning Your Wings
Commentary By Historians Haden Guest and Dana Polan

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

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