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Taxi! (1932) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Roy Del Ruth and produced by Robert Lord.

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Marie Costa: Leave 'em alone. They're not botherin' you.
Buck Gerard: Yeah? How do you know?


Matt Nolan: I'd like to bury the hatchet - right in their thick skulls.


Cop with Jewish Man: [after Nolan speaks perfect Yiddish] Nolan, what part of Ireland did your folks come from?
Matt Nolan: Delancey Street, thank you.


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Cagney was in the dance contest with Loretta Young as his partner, and curiously, ex-hoofer and future star George Raft was his opponent vying for the first-place cup.
This movie is the source of James Cagney's most famous misquoted line, "You dirty rat!" In the film, Cagney actually says, "Come out and take it, you dirty, yellow-bellied rat, or I'll give it to you through the door!"
The movie-within-a-movie, 'Her Hour of Love', with Donald Cook and Evalyn Knapp, was not an actual film clip, but a new sequence especially filmed for 'Taxi'.
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