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John L. Sullivan (Character)
from The Great John L. (1945)
- "Tales of Wells Fargo"
- The Hand That Shook the Hand (1961) TV episode, Played by Claude Akins
- It's a Dog's Life (1955) Played by Jeff York
... aka "Bar Sinister" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Wildfire" - USA (reissue title)
- "You Are There"
- The Birth of Modern Boxing: The John L. Sullivan-James J. Corbett Battle (September 7, 1892) (1955) TV episode, Played by Jeff York
- The Great John L. (1945) Played by Greg McClure
- Gentleman Jim (1942) Played by Ward Bond
- My Gal Sal (1942) Played by John Kelly
- The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936) Played by John Kelly
- Diamond Jim (1935) Played by Bill Hoolahahn
- The Bowery (1933) Played by George Walsh
- It Made Him Mad (1913) Played by Hughie Mack (as John L. Sullivan, Boxer)
James J. Corbett aka Gentleman Jim: The first time I saw you fight I was just a bit of a kid. There wasn't a man alive who could have stood up to you then. And tonight, well, I was just mighty glad that you weren't the John L. Sullivan of ten years ago.
John L. Sullivan: Is that what you're thinkin' now?
James J. Corbett aka Gentleman Jim: That's what I was thinking before I got into the ring with you.
John L. Sullivan: That's a fine decent thing for you to say, Jim. I don't knopw how we might have come out, oh, say, eight or ten tears ago. I... maybe I was faster then, but if I was, tonight you're the fastest thing on two feet
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