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Something to Sing About (1937)

09/30/1937 (US) Comedy 1h 33m
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A Cagney you have never seen!


James Cagney has a rare chance to show his song-and-dance-man roots in this low-budget tale of a New York bandleader struggling with a Hollywood studio boss.

  1. Victor Schertzinger


  2. Austin Parker


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  1. James Cagney

    James Cagney

    Terrence 'Terry' Rooney

  2. Evelyn Daw

    Evelyn Daw

    Rita Wyatt

  3. William Frawley

    William Frawley

    Hank Mayers

  4. Mona Barrie

    Mona Barrie

    Stephanie 'Steffie' Hajos

  5. Gene Lockhart

    Gene Lockhart

    Bennett O. 'B.O.' Regan

  6. Philip Ahn

    Philip Ahn

    Ito (Terry's servant)

  7. Marek Windheim

    Mr. Farney (dialogue director)

  8. Dwight Frye

    Dwight Frye

    Mr. Easton (makeup supervisor)

  9. John "Skins" Miller

    John "Skins" Miller

    Dancer in Drag in 'Deck Number' (as Skins Miller)

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Something to Sing About
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Original Language English

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