Cinema, Also Showing Sep. 4, 1950

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Warner) sends Hollywood's aging (46) tough guy James Cagney off on another gay whirl of crime. Cast as the same strutting, wisecracking thug he played so often in the '30s (now, in a fleeting nod to movie progress, labeled a paranoiac), Cagney kills six men, breaks out of a chain gang, pulls off a couple of daring heists, blackmails a bribe-taking cop (Ward Bond) and viciously swats a blonde moll (Barbara Payton) with a rolled-up towel.

The blonde, of course, melts under this treatment and adores Cagney; whenever he scores a coup against the law, she is as thrilled...

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