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What movie, starring James Cagney,
inspired the creation of the radio
program,
Gangbusters?

a. The Public Enemy
b. Jimmy the Gent
c. Hard to Handle
d. G Men
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Program: Gangbusters
Episode: Boettcher Kidnapping Case
Broadcast: 10/5/1935
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Answer to last week's Trivia:
On the radio program (Lives of Harry
Lime) Orson Welles wrote the episode,
"Man of Mystery". In what movie,
directed by Mr. Welles, did this radio
episode's plot appear?

a. Touch of Evil
b. The Trial
c. Mr. Arkadin-Correct!
d. F for Fake
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