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Yankee Doodle Dandy

Cast
James Cagney, Joan Leslie, Walter Huston, Richard Whorf, Irene Manning, George Tobias, Rosemary DeCamp, Jeanne Cagney, Vera Lewis
Released
1942
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His entertainer wife Mary tells entertainer George M Cohan, "Don't worry, dear." (0:03)

Cohan: "I'm really worried." (0:03)

Cohan tells President Franklin D Roosevelt, "You know I'm a little bit nervous."
Roosevelt: ”Don't worry about it.” (0:05)

Cohan’s entertainer father Jerry tells the stage manager, "Don't worry, I'll be back." (0:08)

Jerry tells his wife Nellie, "I know, but I'm nervous." (0:13)

Cohan asks his future wife Mary, "What are you worried about?" (0:31)

The director tells Cohan, referring to Mary, "The only reason I put her on is because the dog act got drunk."
Director: ”Now I know who got the dog act drunk.”
”Drunk or sober, the dog act goes on in the next show.” (0:33)

Producer Dietz tells Cohan, "If you think I'd put any of my wife's money into that trash, you're crazy." (0:37)

Cohan tells Mary, "Don't worry." (0:38)

Cohan tells the others, referring to Dietz and Dietz's partner Goff, "They went crazy about the book..." (0:41)

Mary’s character tells Cohan’s, "Goodbye, Johnny, and don't worry." (0:53)

Cohan tells entertainer Fay Templeton that Dietz is "Drunk."
Playwright Sam Harris: ”I never saw Dietz drunk before.”
Templeton: "... it’s like a thousand miles from all the noisy neurotic people one has to associate with in our profession."(1:05)

Cohan tells Mary, “Ham makes me self-conscious.”
”Always worried about me, aren't you?” (1:10)

Cohan: "Dad, I was worried about you." (1:34)

Cohan: "Manhattan went wild with post-war hysteria." (1:43)

Cohan tells Jerry, "Don't worry about that."
Jerry: ”Were you nervous?”
George: ”Don’t worry, Dad.”
”Don’t worry, Dad.”
Jerry dies. (1:46)

Harris gives Cohan a box of "Sea-sick pills." (1:50)

Mary tells Cohan, "Nobody's got that good a memory." (1:54)

Cohan tells Roosevelt, "... then came your wire, and I was really worried."
”I wouldn't worry about this country if I were you.” (2:00)

Reference in The Long Day Closes