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Battling Bunyan (1924)

| Comedy | 1924 (USA)
A young man has a chance to become partners in an auto-repair business, but he doesn't have the money. In order to come up with some quick cash, he decides to temporarily become a ... See full summary »

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Wesley Barry ...
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Molly Malone ...
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A young man has a chance to become partners in an auto-repair business, but he doesn't have the money. In order to come up with some quick cash, he decides to temporarily become a professional boxer. The problem is that he isn't an athlete, knows nothing about boxing and stands a very good chance of getting the stuffing beaten out of him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Aiken Bunyan
20 August 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Interesting drama with comic overtones as Wesley Barry climbs into the boxing ring in order to come up with the money to buy a partnership in a garage. He can't fight, but produces what the in-movie audience sees as good comedy matches. Chester Conklin has a good comedy part and the boxing scenes in which the hero gets beaten -- in several cases by well-known boxers of the era -- are convincingly brutal.


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