Movie Diary 4/2/2014

Little Caesar (Mervyn LeRoy, 1931). Nice clothes, nice cigars, a fancy stickpin for one’s cravat. This is what it’s all about. One of the distinguishing factors of the early gangsters: so little introspection, so much outward gloss. Edward G. Robinson shines, of course.

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