This much-loved, highly acclaimed, musical biography salutes the life and career of American composer and performer George M. Cohan.
James Cagney brilliantly essays the role of Cohan, a song-and-dance man who made his mark on the vaudeville stage at the young age of 13. Thereafter, he continued to rack up triumph after triumph -- until he became the first performer of the popular theater to win a Congressional Medal of Honor. Along the way, he penned countless memorable tunes, including Over There, It's a Grand Old Flag, Give My Regards to Broadway and the film's rousing title number.
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