- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: The land of the free gone wild! The heyday of the hotcha! The shock-crammed days G-men took ten whole years to lick!
- Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
- Release Date: 1939-10-28
- Runtime: 104.0 min
- Budget: Not Available
- Revenue: Not Available
- Production Companies: Warner Bros. Pictures
Cast & Crew
James Cagney, Priscilla Lane, Humphrey Bogart, Gladys George, Jeffrey Lynn, Frank McHugh, Paul Kelly, Elisabeth Risdon, Edward Keane, Joe Sawyer, Joseph Crehan, George Meeker, John Hamilton, Robert Elliott, Eddy Chandler, Abner Biberman, Vera Lewis, John Deering, Eddie Acuff, Ernie Alexander, Murray Alper, Robert Armstrong, Raymond Bailey, Brooks Benedict, James Blaine, Max Blum, Wade Boteler, Harry C. Bradley, Al Bridge, Paul Bryar, Nat Carr, Glen Cavender, Clay Clement, Ann Codee, James Conaty, Ray Cooke, Calvin Coolidge, Charles Corrigan, Maurice Costello, Kernan Cripps, Alan Davis, Sayre Dearing, Joe Devlin, Robert Dobson, Bill Elliott, James Flavin, Bess Flowers, Curt Furburg, Fred Graham, Creighton Hale, Bert Hanlon, Carl Harbaugh, Sam Harris, John Harron, Eddie Hart, Lew Harvey, Oscar ‘Dutch’ Hendrian, Al Herman, Herbert Heywood, Al Hill, Adolf Hitler, Harry Hollingsworth, Stuart Holmes, Herbert Hoover, George Humbert, Lloyd Ingraham, Michael Jeffers, Jane Jones, Mel Kalish, Don Thaddeus Kerr, Donald Kerr, Milton Kibbee, Reid Kilpatrick, Mike Lally, Alfred Linder, George Lloyd, Arthur Loft, Charles Marsh, Frank Mayo, King Mojave, Philip Morris, Jack Mower, Benito Mussolini, Wendell Niles, Field Norton, Jack Norton, Wedgwood Nowell, Pat O’Malley, Oscar O’Shea, David Oliver, Emory Parnell, William Pawley, Lee Phelps, Paul Phillips, John J. Richardson, John Ridgely, Cyril Ring, Warren Rock, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Don Rowan, Hector V. Sarno, Cliff Saum, Jeffrey Sayre, Bruce Sidney, John St. Clair, Amzie Strickland, Charles Sullivan, Elliott Sullivan, Westbrook Van Voorhis, Max Wagner, Billy Wayne, Ben Welden, Dick Wessel, Leo White, Frank Wilcox, Lottie Williams, Norman Willis, Charles C. Wilson
Synopsis – What to Expect from “The Roaring Twenties”
The Roaring Twenties is a 1939 American crime drama film starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, and Priscilla Lane. It is directed by Raoul Walsh and follows three friends from the First World War, Eddie Bartlett, George Hally, and Lloyd Hart, as they try to make their way in the world.
The film begins with the three friends, Eddie, George, and Lloyd, returning home from the war in 1919. They reunite in New York City and decide to go into business together. Eddie is the brains of the group and sets up a speakeasy, while George and Lloyd provide security. The business is a success, but the trio soon find themselves in trouble with the law.
Meanwhile, Eddie meets and falls in love with Jean Sherman, a former dancer. Jean’s brother, Panama, is a notorious gangster who is in debt to a powerful mob boss. Eddie is determined to protect Jean from her brother’s criminal activities, but his loyalty to his friends is tested when he discovers that George and Lloyd are involved in a smuggling ring.
With the police closing in, Eddie must choose between his loyalty to his friends and his love for Jean. In the end, Eddie makes a difficult decision that will affect the lives of everyone involved.
The Roaring Twenties is a thrilling crime drama that follows the lives of three friends as they navigate the dangerous world of organized crime in the 1920s
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