A Lion Is in the Streets
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"A Lion Is in the Streets" is a 1953 drama film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring James Cagney as a southern politician loosely based on Huey Long. Cagney's brother William was the producer, while his younger sister Jeanne was a member of the cast. The screenplay was based on a 1945 book by Adria Locke Langley. The film is compared to the similar 1949 film All the King's Men, featuring Broderick Crawford in an Academy Award-winning performance.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- production design by Wiard Ihnen
- written by Luther Davis
- cinematography by Harry Stradling
- edited by George Amy
- music by Franz Waxman
- set decoration by Fred M. MacLean
- genres: Satire, Political drama, Drama
- released on (61 years ago)
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by Margaret Miner, Hugh Rawson
The slothful man saith, There is a lion in the way; a lion is in the streets. Proverbs 26:13. See. also. IDLENESS: LEISURE;. SLEEP. AND. SLEEPLESSNESS. LEADERSHIP 2 If the trumpet give an uncertain ...
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