White Heat (1949)

Release Date: 01 January 2001 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Raoul Walsh's classic gangster film starring James Cagney. Cody Jarrett (Cagney) leads his gang to a mountain hideaway after a mail coach robbery ends with four men dead. The T-men are on his trail, mob cohort Big Ed (Steve Cochran) is after control of the gang and the affections of his wife (Virginia Mayo), but Cody remains fixated on the well-being of his beloved mother (Margaret Wycherly). The film's climax, set at the top of a gas storage tank, is one of the most famous in Hollywood history.
Release Date: 01 January 2001
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

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It may have been his last gangster role but it's still very good

Don't think Cagney's lost his touch with his final outing as a bad guy. At 50 he's as mean as ever if not more so. Tension all the way with the viewer wondering when he'll realise one of his gang is an FBI man. The irony isn't lost on him either when he finds out, because he can't help laughing as he says "and I was going to split 50/50 with a copper"



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