The essay naming the best actor of 1930-31 will either go up tomorrow evening, Friday or star date 1312.4, depending on the breaks. In the meantime, here are the contenders in case you've forgotten.
James Cagney (The Public Enemy)
Charles Chaplin (City Lights)
Edward G. Robinson (Little Caesar)
Oh, and be sure to vote on this week's Monkey Movie poll to answer that age-old question, Which of these Katie nominees for best actor of 1930-31 would make the biggest splash if he were in his prime today?
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