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A Lion Is in the Streets (1953) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by Raoul Walsh and produced by William Cagney.

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Hank Martin: Brighten up, sweet-face, brighten up, 'cause you married a winner, not a loser!


Verity Wade: It's these folks. They're all so wonderful.
Hank Martin: Well, all folks is wonderful. You just have to know the right place to kick 'em in.
Verity Wade: What?
Hank Martin: Sure. It's like learnin' to play a musical instrument by ear. All you gotta know is what place to push to get what note. Then pretty soon, everybody's dancin'...to your tune.


Flamingo: I've been your wife ever since I knowed what the word meant.


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Eleventh and final time that James Cagney co-starred with his close friend Frank McHugh. The first time being The Crowd Roars in 1932.
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