Lady Killer

  • 1933
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

One of those early madcap comedies that is acted and directed at a whirlwind pace, LADY KILLER is spritely with snappy dialog and James Cagney's irrepressible personality. It's also a grand spoof of Hollywood. The film begins, ironically enough, in New York's Strand Theater, where Cagney is an usher. When he's fired, Cagney turns to crime with Douglas Dumbrille, more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (2 Credits)
Ben Markson
Lillie Hayward
Source (1 Credit)
Rosalind Keating Shaffer
Producer (1 Credit)
Henry Blanke
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Tony Gaudio
Editor (1 Credit)
Art Director (1 Credit)
Robert Haas
Costumes (1 Credit)
Music Director (1 Credit)
Leo F. Forbstein
Make Up (1 Credit)
Perc Westmore