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20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Raymond Griffith, Darryl F. Zanuck and Robert Lord.

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Tommy Connors: What are you guys trying to do? Make a monkey out of me?
Policeman: Go on and sit down.
Tommy Connors: Say, I guess you don't know who I am. Maybe the warden didn't tell ya. I'm Tommy Connors.
Policeman: Oh yeah? What of it?
[Tommy punches him]
Policeman: Why, you!


Tommy Connors: Come on and I'll show ya how tough I am.


Tommy Connors: I'd give a million bucks to be alone with you for a little while honey. Do you love me?
Fay Wilson: Yeah.
Tommy Connors: Well don't come up here dolled up like that anymore.
Fay Wilson: Oh, Tommy.
Tommy Connors: What's the matter with you? Do you want me to go crazy? You have me foaming at the mouth like a cream puff.


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Writer Lewis E. Lawes was still warden of Sing Sing prison during filming and allowed the crew to film inside and outside the prison, including mob scenes.
Warner contractee Lionel Atwill narrated the film's trailer.
James Cagney was originally set for the male lead but was engaged in a contract dispute with Warner Brothers at the time.
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