Love Me Or Leave Me (1955) - (Movie Clip) Chicago In The Twenties
Finishing the credits for producer Joe Pasternak and director Charles Vidor, and the atmospheric MGM introduction of the principals, James Cagney as Chicago mobster Marty Snyder, Doris Day as would-be singer Ruth Etting, in their largely true story, Love Me Or Leave Me,1955.
Love Me or Leave Me -- (Original Trailer)
Doris Day stars in the true story of torch singer Ruth Etting and her attempts to escape the gangster (James Cagney) who made her a star in Love Me or Leave Me (1955), directed by Charles Vidor.
Love Me or Leave Me (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Do Me No Favors
Two scenes cover the first direct meeting of singer Ruth Etting (Doris Day), just fired from a taxi-dancing gig, and Chicago laundry racketeer Marty "The Gimp)" Snyder (James Cagney), with aide Georgie (Harry Bellaver) in tow, early in Charles Vidor's MGM bio-pic Love Me or Leave Me, 1955.
Love Me Or Leave Me (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Everybody Loves My Baby
Doris Day as Chicago torch-singer Ruth Etting performs Everybody Loves My Baby and Mean To Me, (Spencer Williams/Jack Palmer, Fred E. Alhert/Roy Turk), both of which became signature songs, her jealous sponsor Marty Snyder (James Cagney) watching, in the acclaimed bio-pic Love Me or Leave Me, 1955.
Love Me or Leave Me (1955) -- (Movie Clip) You Made Me Love You
Singer Ruth Etting (Doris Day) makes her debut in a house packed by Chicago gangster Marty Snyder (James Cagney), Cameron Mitchell her pianist, his rival, songs by James Monaco and Joseph McCarthy, Rube Bloom and Ted Koehler, in the fact-based Love Me or Leave Me, 1955.