The Public Enemy (1931) <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0022286/ Director: William A Wellman Cast: James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Edward Woods, Joan Blondell, Donald Cook, Leslie Fenton, Beryl Mercer, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Murray Kinnell, Clark Burroughs, Mae Clarke, Frank Coghlan Jr, George Daly, Frankie Darro, Snitz Edwards, Rita Flynn, Dorothy Gee, Douglas Gerrard, Dorothy Gray, Ben Hendricks Jr, Robert Homans, Eddie Kane, Mia Marvin, Sam McDaniel, Helen Parrish, Lee Phelps, Russ Powell, Purnell Pratt, Nanci Price, Landers Stevens, William H Strauss, Charles Sullivan, Lucille Ward, Adele Watson Description: Crime doesn't pay, as James Cagney learns in this vintage Warner Brothers gangster movie that's become a much-imitated classic of the genre. Cagney plays hot-headed Tom Powers, who's on the fast track running illegal hooch during Prohibition. The film is famous for its scene where a ticked-off Cagney smashes his breakfast grapefruit in Mae Clarke's face! DVD Format: NTSC DVD9: 5.18 GiB - Exact Copy Color: Black & White Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Language: English Subtitles: English; Franτais; Espa±ol Closed Captioned: English Commentary: By Robert Sklar Extras: 'Beer and Blood: Enemies of the Public' (19:34); 1954 Re-release Preview (00:43); Theatrical Trailer (00:47) Warner Night at the Movies: Introduction by Leonard Maltin (03:14); Preview: 'Blonde Crazy' (02:34); Newsreel (01:32); 'The Eyes Have It' (09:54); Cartoon: 'Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!' (06:56) Audio: Dolby Digital 1.0 Time: 01:23:55 DVD Studio: Warner Home Video Release Date: 2005-01-25 ASIN: B0006HBV2S UPC: 012569690622 Posting Date: 11 September 2011 Posting Group: alt.binaries.dvd Contact: alt.binaries.multimedia.d PAR2: 15 Universal Blocks [2^4 - 1] - (Repairs any 15 3918848 Byte Articles) Part Size: 536870912 Bytes [2^30 / 2]; 2% Recovery Volumes [REV] Articles/Part: 137 <http://tiny.cc/New137/ yEnc Lines: 30616 [(2^30 / 2) / (2^7 * 137)] More from Isis: <http://tiny.cc/Isis55423/ or <http://tiny.cc/IsisNZB/ Musick hath Charms to soothe a savage Breast: <http://tiny.cc/IsisCD/ "You are different, Tommy. Very different. And I've discovered it isn't only a difference in manner and outward appearances. It's a difference in basic character. The men I know... and I've known dozens of them... oh, they're so nice, so polished, so considerate. Most women like that type. I guess they're afraid of the other kind. I thought I was too, but you're so strong. You don't give, you take. Oh, Tommy, I could love you to death!"