Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
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A musical marvel that'll make you wave the grand old flag.
|James cagney pays tribute to broadway's legendary great george M. Cohan, whose songs 'over there' and 'you're a grand old flag' won him a medal of honor for raising the morale of every patriot.|
Editor's NoteAn outstanding musical about the life and times of George M. Cohan, playwright, entertainer, composer and patriot. Academy Award Nominations: 8, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Story. Academy Awards: Best Actor--James Cagney, Best Sound Recording, Best Scoring of a Musical Picture.
Cast & Crew
|James Wong Howe - Cinematographer|
|Michael Curtiz - Director|
|George M. Cohan - Music & Lyrics|
|Jack L. Warner - Producer|
|Hal B. Wallace - Producer|
|Robert Buckner - Screenplay|
|Edmund Joseph - Screenplay|
|Robert Bruckner - Story By|
Plot SummaryThis much-loved and much-acclaimed musical biography salutes the life and career of American composer and performer George M. Cohan.| James Cagney brilliantly essays the role of Cohan, a song-and-dance man who made his mark on the vaudeville stage at the young age of 13. Thereafter, he continued to rack up triumph after triumph -- until he became the first performer of the popular theater to win a Congressional Medal of Honor.| Along the way, he penned countless memorable tunes, including "Over There," "It's a Grand Old Flag," "Give My Regards to Broadway" and the film's rousing title number.
|James Cagney, Winner, Best Actor|
|Ray Heindorf, Heinz Roemheld, Winner, Best Music, Scoring Of A Motion Picture|
|Nathan Levinson, Winner, Best Sound Recording|
|Michael Curtiz, Nominee, Best Director|
|Walter Huston, Nominee, Best Supporting Actor|
|George Amy, Nominee, Best Film Editing|
|Robert Bruckner, Nominee, Best Writing, Original Story|
|"You are the first of your profession to win a Congressional Medal of Honor." ---- President Franklin D. Roosevelt to George M. Cohan (JAMES CAGNEY)|
|"My mother thanks you, my father thanks you, my sister thanks you, and I thank you." ---- George M. Cohan (JAMES CAGNEY), to his audiences|