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United States film actor known for his portrayals of tough characters (1899-1986)

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2 carat diamond engagement ring, publicity stills and other personal property, including paintings by prominent American artists and several works by Cagney himself.
He couldn't get it made for seven years, then finally he was able to produce it with Loretta Swit as Cagney and myself as Mary Beth Lacey.
His lawyer Paul Cagney said his client had a change of heart after having "not the most pleasant of times" in jail.
Two other Warner classics out today that have also been digitally restored are Cagney in ``Yankee Doodle Dandy'' - another Curtiz film (1942) - and Humphrey Bogart in John Huston's 1948 story of greed, ``The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
The James Cagney stamp will serve as a lasting tribute to one of our country's most patriotic and dedicated actors," said Deborah Willhite, Postal Service Senior Vice President, Government Relations.
The teenager who put up the swing yesterday said he was horrified Cagney had been killed using it.
She was Christine Cagney, the sexy blonde one with the raspy voice and a penchant for booze.
Wilder's targets in this Cold War comedy are corporate America and Communists, with Cagney as a Coca-Cola executive in Berlin trying to stop his boss's daughter from marrying an East German.
What else could it be but Cagney and Lacey, starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly?
Samuel Ginsburg, principal of GDC, and William Cagney, Business Manager for the Union, jointly described the settlement as "fair and satisfactory to both sides.
The AMC Movies collection showcases Hollywood favorites James Cagney, Cary Grant and others.
Bridget Cagney, in her 70s, died from natural causes in Ballyvolane, Cork, on Friday.
Among the the six participating ships are the Lynx, a two-masted square topsail schooner that participated in the War of 1812, and the Swift of Ipswich, operated by the Los Angeles Maritime Institute, once owned by actor James Cagney and his brother William and seen in numerous films.
FEDERAL agent Edmond O'Brien infiltrates a gang run by mother- fixated hoodlum James Cagney.
Cagney & Lacey star Sharon Gless is to go topless in an episode of cosmetic surgery drama Nip/Tuck.