Product DetailsDirector William Wellman (Wings), a World War I veteran who turned his experiences in battle into an insistence on unpretentious violence in his films, made Public Enemy a particularly brutal account of the rise and fall of a monstrous gangster (James Cagney). Cagney delivers one of the most famous performances in film history as the snarling crook who--in one of the film's most famous scenes--smashes a grapefruit into the face of Mae Clarke. The film's a bit dated, but its action scenes still pack an unusual wallop.
Store CommentsSpecial Features: Audio Commentary: Commentary by film historian Robert Sklar Featurette: New featurette Beer and Blood: Enemies of the Public Other: Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the Movies with newsreel, comedy short The Eyes Have It, cartoon Smile, Darn Ya, Smile, and theatrical trailers
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