James Cagney stepped into the shoes of legendary showman George M. Cohan and danced off with a Best Actor Oscar. The film chronicles Cohan's life as he reminisces about his early days in vaudeville to his success on Broadway while preparing to meet President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Rosemary De Camp, who plays George's mother, was actually 15 years younger than Cagney. Cagney played Cohan again in 1955's "The Seven Little Foys."
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1942 - Oscar - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role- winner
1942 - New York Film Critics Circle - Best Actor- winner
1942 - National Board of Review - Best Acting- winner
1942 - Oscar - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role- nominated