Approved | | Drama
A middle-aged man tries to reconnect with his illegitimate son, who was given to an orphanage many years ago.
Upon James Cagney exiting lawyer Leland G. Spottsford's office building, a theater marquee and film posters can be seen advertising Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956), which was the previous film directed by These Wilder Years (1956) director Roy Rowland.
Oh, I'm not blaming him Darling, I'm fighting him. It isn't a matter of him or me, it's a matter of lots of others. We all make our beds and have to lie in them, whether we sleep or not. Isn't that all there is to it?
When Cagney rings doorbell on his first visit to Stanwyck's house, the bell rings before he actually presses the button.