|詹姆斯·卡格尼 (James Cagney)||饰||Tom Powers|
|珍·哈露 (Jean Harlow)||饰||Gwen Allen|
|爱德华·伍兹 (Edward Woods)||饰||Matt Doyle|
|琼·布朗德尔 (Joan Blondell)||饰||Mamie|
|Donald Cook||饰||Mike Powers|
All his life he took what he wanted...Why not women? (Print Ad- Sarasota Herald, ((Sarasota, Fla.)) 16 June 1931)
|出品公司||华纳兄弟公司 (present) (as a Warner Bros. Vitaphone Talking Picture)|
|发行公司||Dominant Pictures Corporation (re-release) (1959) (Theatrical) (United States)|
|Vitagraph Limited (1931) (Theatrical) (Canada)|
|Continental Home Vídeo (VHS) (Brazil)|
|Living Colour Entertainment (2008) (DVD) (Netherlands)|
|Key Video (1987) (VHS) (United States)|
|Epoca (VHS) (Argentina)|
|Chapel Distribution (1997) (Theatrical) (Australia)|
- 詹姆斯·卡格尼 based his performance on Chicago gangster Charles Dion O'Bannion and two New York City hoodlums he had known as a youth.
- Several versions exist of the origin of the notorious grapefruit scene, but the most plausible is the one on which both 詹姆斯·卡格尼 and 梅·克拉克 agree: The scene, they explained, was actually staged as a practical joke at the expense of the film crew, just to see their stunned reactions. There was never any intention of ever using the shot in the completed film. Director 威廉, however, eventually decided to keep the shot, and use it in the film's final release print.
- According to 詹姆斯·卡格尼's autobiography, 梅·克拉克's ex-husband, Lew Brice, enjoyed the "grapefruit scene" so much that he went to the movie theater every day just to watch that scene only and leave.