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Song & Tap Dance 1950 (Jimmy Cagney & Virginia Mayo)

James Cagney - Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) - Staircase Dance

James Cagney in a promotional image for the 1938 film Angels With Dirty Faces (left


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James Cagney dancing on his farm, 1950s.

Ruby Keeler and James Cagney Tap Atop a Bar

The Genius of James Cagney and 'Yankee Doodle Dandy' – THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO MUCH

Other Men's Women (1931) – Dancing With Cagney

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James Cagney and Ruby Keeler dance "Shanghai Lil" (Footlight ...

James Cagney : From tap dancer to public enemy, always an amazing entertainer.

James Cagney: Tough Guy In Tap Shoes

(1932) - James Cagney - Fox Trot

James Cagney dancing

A Canção Da Vitória - James Cagney (1942) - YouTube

Cody James Cagney With The Colt Detective Special Circled In Red

Yankee Doodle Dandy - James Cagney - Mickey Rooney - Judy Garland - HQ - YouTube

Tap Dance 1937 (Betty Grable)

There aren't enough tap pictures in this world.

Roots of a Tap Dance Legend - Savion Glover

James Cagney- a song and dance man

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The James Cagney Collection | 10 Of His Best Now Streaming On Warner Archive!

Give My Regards To Broadway - James Cagney - HD

James Cagney at home with his wife “Bill” in 1934.

Classic moves from two classy guys.

James Cagney, the American actor best known for playing tough guys in gangster films and for winning an Oscar for playing George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle ...

James Cagney shows Mae Clarke the door

James Cagney Comes to Life in a Brilliant Off-Broadway Musical | | Observer

James Cagney Accepts the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1974

1948, James Cagney, his brother and sister.

Tap (1989)


James Francis Cagney, Jr. was born July 17, 1899 and he passed away March 30, 1986. He was an American actor who started out as a dancer in vaudeville and ...

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Ragtime (1981) - James Cagney's Last Role

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Love Me or Leave Me

The Seven Little Foys, 1955, with James Cagney and Bob Hope

Women's Red Shiny Patent Leather Tap Shoes

Great Dance Routine: James Cagney and Bob Hope - YouTube >everyone knows that Cagney could dance; but did you know that Hope was a dancer before he became ...

I could not wait to get my silver high heel tap shoes when I took dance from Mrs. Peggy. When I got them I wore them out.

Pervy Cagney - part 1

James Cagney/••••Started out as a song & dance man.

The James Cagney Collection [DVD]

Frank Gorshin's James Cagney Impression at the AFI Life Achievement Award

AMC Movies: James Cagney Classics

James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson

Tap Dancing The Super Mario Theme

(1932) - James Cagney - Loretta Young

Yankee Doodle Dandy

James Cagney - The Signature Collection : Angels With Dirty Faces / Public Enemy / Roaring

Piano dance Tom Hanks and James Cagney

James Cagney really slaps Doris Day in Love Me or Leave Me.

Teenage girls tap dancing, 1930's -- Film 15163

Gabrielle Miller- Trivago Tap Dance Spot - YouTube

Overall, I very much enjoyed this film and feel like it is largely thanks to Cagney's fantastic acting and dancing. Having previously only seen Cagney dance ...

James Cagney electric chair scene

Frank McHugh, James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart in The Roaring Twenties, 1939.


Eleanor Powell & Fred Astaire "Begin the Beguine" Tap Dancing❤️

The greatest dance sequence

James Cagney: Top of the World Poster

Little Colonel Bojangles Dance

Why Tap Dancing is Officially Masculine (And Most Other Kinds of Dancing are Feminine)

James Cagney....great actor: He could sing, dance, be

All About Tap Dance

Yankee Doodle Dandy / Give My Regards to Broadway (James Cagney, 1942) - YouTube

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson - One of Best Tap Dancers at All times

Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers (Tap Dance)

The Nicholas Brothers tap dance at a young age


That Ole Standby — for the 4th

Robert Creighton: James Cagney in Cagney

James Cagney as George M. Cohan

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James Cagney

Roy Del Ruth | Broadway Melody of 1936 / Norman Taurog | Broadway Melody of 1940