Cinema: Also Showing

The Roaring Twenties (Warner Bros.). This version of the James Cagney-Humphrey Bogart running gun fight begins when Cagney tumbles into Bogart's shell hole one day in 1918, ends with Killers Cagney and Bogart both killed. In between are too many rounds of blank cartridges to count, a darkly ominous commentator who punctuates a morality play about the somewhat dated evils of rum-running, bootlegging, highjacking, speakeasies and Prohibition with warnings that after all, they may happen again.


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