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The legendary John Ford directs a sparkling screenplay by Jo Swerling and Robert Riskin, The Whole Town’s Talking (1935), starring Edward G. Robinson in double roles as a mild-mannered clerk and a notorious gangster who happen to look remarkably alike. Trouble, of course, ensues, along with a delightful screwball romance featuring the scrumptious Jean Arthur. Based on a story by W. R. Burnett, who also wrote the source material for Robinson’s breakthrough film, Little Caesar (1931).