On this website we will be starting, what appears to be, the only online fan club for this fantastic actor and man. This website is new as of February 2011 and so the fanbase will be just starting as well. The fan club really has nothing to offer you away from this website except for the information we might be able to pass on about this great man so there will currently be no charge. James lived to the age of 86 and has been long since deceased. We would like to offer an abbreviated biography of him at this website and a list of his accomplishments where his acting career is concerned. We also have a great variety of his movies that maybe we can pass on to you at a really great price. While a good dozen movies are easy to find, a major bulk of his work is very hard to find. We would like to allow some online downloads of his movies but at this point, having not heard anything back from his old studio, Warner Brothers, we will only sell the hard copies of movies that we have. Maybe in time, we can offer some free desktop backgrounds and such maybe even some screensavers but this will depend on how popular, you the fan, can make this website.
If you had any personal experiences meeting James when he was alive and have a picture or short story to tell, we would love to pass it along to other Cagney fans. Other than mentioning when he died, we will not be showing pictures of his crypt or anything of this nature. This site is to celebrate the life he had through his movies.
This website has no endorsements at this time from the family or estate of the late great James Cagney, nor has Warner Brothers Studios acknowledged
any of our emails to them. If something comes to our knowledge on our website that runs against any copyright laws, we will be happy to remove it.
Please bookmark this site for future reference!
The audio clip you are hearing (if your speakers are turned on) is taken from an old vaudeville clip with James Cagney and Bing Crosby in 1942.
CAGNEY is the dramatic new musical that follows the life of the legendary James Cagney from the streets of New York to his rise as one of the brightest stars of Hollywood, from a vaudeville song-and-dance man to the cinema’s original tough guy. Broadway’s Robert Creighton, in the role he was born to play, leads a cast of six who tap dance through a score that blends original music with classic George M. Cohan favorites, including Give My Regards To Broadway, Grand Old Flag, and Yankee Doodle Dandy.
Westside Theatre 407 W. 43rd. St.
In the Heart of the Theatre District