“‘Top of the World’ with Cagney & Steiner”
Time: 7:00 PM
Date: Friday, September 23, 2011
Place: HBLL Auditorium, 1st Floor
About this Event: The fast-talking hoodlum character created by James Cagney in a number of gangster movies during the 1930s added a fascinating psychological dimension in this post-war heist film that one Cagney biographer wrote “he was born to play.” A botched train robbery has technology-equipped modern police in pursuit of Cagney and his gang, that includes an undercover cop. Cagney trapped atop a natural gas tank is one of the great moments in the movies. Max Steiner’s throbbing score adds to the gritty realism of this iconic crime film.
Admission is free
Arrive early for seats.