Approved | | Crime, Drama, Romance
Dan Curly sends two hitmen to kill double-crossing Flicker Hayes, who retreats to a small village with ex-prostitute Rose to hide.
The seventh and final film of the James Cagney/Joan Blondell partnership. The other six being Sinner's Holiday (1930), Other Men's Women (1931), The Public Enemy (1931), Blonde Crazy (1931), The Crowd Roars (1932) and Footlight Parade (1933).
Dan 'Danny' Curly:
Make it 5 Grand, Flicker. 5 on the line!
Flicker Hayes, aka Jerry Allen: I wouldn't knock the door off a cast iron stove for that. I said 15 before, well, now it's 20.
Dan 'Danny' Curly: Fuggedaboutit.
Rose said she met Nick in the same hotel when he came to San Francisco to have a good time and he asked her to marry him. However when the Nick character is finally introduced, he is hard working fisherman in a small town with little time for leisure. In addition he is religious, moral and of humble means. He gives no indication of the type of person that would go to an upscale hotel in San Francisco and interact with a prostitute.
English, Portuguese, Latin
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