Kenyon Nicholson


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Taxi! (1932) - What About Ellis Island After scenes establishing New York taxi conflict, we meet Matt (James Cagney) with a comical cop and fare (Robert Emmett O'Connor, Hector Sarno), then a shot of Columbus Circle where Pop (Guy Kibbee) tangles with a fixer (David Landau), early in Taxi!, 1932.
Taxi! (1932) - We'll Show Those Dirty Finks! At the cafe Skeets (George E. Stone) jousts with Ruby (Leila Bennett) but the business is cabbie Matt (James Cagney) telling Sue (Loretta Young) about the meeting of independents organizing against the big firm that got her old driver dad sent to jail, in Taxi!, 1932.
Taxi! (1932) - Please Do Not Stamp Or Whistle One of several scenes showing relations between New York cabby Matt (James Cagney) and Sue (Loretta Young) warming up, using their dancing skills and those of George Raft, winner of the competition, not his first Warner Bros. picture, but early enough that he’s not credited, in Taxi!, 1932.
Waterfront (1939) - The Will Of The People Opening scene introduces do-gooder Ann (Gloria Dickson) with Frankie (Larry Williams) who's a pal of longshoreman's boss Jim (Dennis Morgan), who's taking guff from his kid brother (Arthur Gardner), all good until rival Ward Bond picks a fight, in the Warner Bros. programmer Waterfront, 1939.
Waterfront (1939) - Not Very Much To Be Proud Of Jailed hot-head dockworker's union rep Jim (Dennis Morgan) gets a talking-to from the new local priest (Aldrich Bowker), which he's in no mood to explain to his brother (Arthur Gardner) and Frankie (Larry Williams), the colleague he accidentally clobbered, when they come to bring him home, in the low-rent Warner Bros. crime drama Waterfront, 1939.
Laughing Sinners (1931) - No Sin To Die Joan Crawford, as jilted Cincinnati night club singer Ivy, meets incidental Salvation Army officer Carl (Clark Gable), their first scene in their second movie together, MGM's Laughing Sinners, 1931.
Laughing Sinners (1931) - Rainy Day Girl Opening scenes, delightful young Ivy (Joan Crawford) has driven out 40 miles from Cincinnati to meet traveling salesman boyfriend Howdy (Neil Hamilton) and pals (Roscoe Karns, Cliff Edwards on ukelele) on their train, in MGM's Laughing Sinners, 1931.
Laughing Sinners (1931) - Romeo With a hard-to-attribute novelty number about a chicken named Romeo, Joan Crawford as night club performer "Ivy" is 27, bright, charming and a creditable dancer, later joining her nervous boyfriend (Neil Hamilton), in MGM's Laughing Sinners, 1931, .

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