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The Last Gangster (1937)

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Starring: Edward G. RobinsonJames StewartRose StradnerLionel StradnerDouglas Scott
Director: Edward Ludwig
Category: Classic
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Length: 81 mins.
Release Date: 2010-02-24
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Like father like son. Gang kingpin Joe Krozac looks forward to the day his now-infant son will walk in his bloody footsteps and run his crime racket. The Feds have other ideas. They convict Joe of tax evasion and put him behind triple-steel bars for 10 years. During that time, Joe's wife divorces him, builds a reputable new life in another city with a new husband, raises her son and fears the day Joe may find them. He does.

The Last Gangster stars one of the screen's first gangsters: Edward G. Robinson in snarling, imperial, brutal Little Caesar mode. James Stewart, on the cusp of renown, co-stars. And William A. Wellman, whose The Public Enemy matched Little Caesar in seminal gangster-era impact, co-wrote the film's story.

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