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Gale Galen
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Judy Wilcox
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K.O. Kelly
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Nate Shiro - Promoter (as Albert Cooke)
Mabel Van Buren ...
Judy's Mother
M.C. Ryan ...
Spencer Brock
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Rags Dempster
Larry McGrath ...
Red Mack (Episodes #6-#7-#8)
Bob Perry ...
Mack's Manager (Episodes #6-#7-#8)
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William Courtright ...
Ajariah Stubbs
Mary Beth Milford
Eric St. Clair
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18 February 1923 (USA)  »

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Sporting Blood  »

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Based on stories written by H.C. Witwer, published in Collier's magazine. See more »

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