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In this flag-waving musical, veteran actor James Cagney portrays real life composer/performer George M. Cohan. This 1942 film received a total of eight nominations and won three Academy Awards (including an Oscar for Cagney).
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Violence: Children beat up another boy. A man spanks his child. Soldiers prepare for war and some discussion includes references to fighting. Characters engage in vaudeville entertainment rough play. Adults argue briefly.
Sexual Content: Couples kiss.
Language: A man makes a rude (but not sexual) hand gesture. Some brief name-calling is included.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters use alcohol, cigarettes and a cigar infrequently.
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Release Date: 30 September 2003
Yankee Doodle Dandy releases on Blu-ray in a 2-Disc Special Edition. Bonus extras include:
- All-new transfer from restored picture and audio elements
- Warner Night at the Movies, 1942 introduced by Leonard Maltin including trailers, newsreel, musical short subject and cartoon “Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid”
- James Cagney trailer gallery
- “James Cagney: Top of the World” documentary (1992)
- “Let Freedom Sing! The Story of Yankee Doodle Dandy” documentary (2003)
- John Travolta Remembers Jimmy Cagney
- “You, John Jones” short (1943)
- Audio vault: outtakes and rehearsals, 10/19/42 Lady Esther Screen Guild Theater Radio Show
- Waving the Flag galleries: George M. Cohan sheet music, dressed set stills, scene concept stills, publicity and posters
- Looney Tunes: “Yankee Doodle Daffy,” “Yankee Doodle Bugs”