Bobby Martin, a young middleweight champion boxer, is an honest and decent fighter. However, on the eve of his biggest fight, he becomes entangled in the snare of a dishonest woman and ends up framed. Written by
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In one panoramic sweep-the roaring boasts of Broadway- and her whispered secrets! (Print ad- Simpson's daily Leader Times,(Kittaning, Penna.) 28 December 1929)
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Based on the following Broadway production: Ringside (1928). Written by Edward E. Paramore Jr.
, Hyatt Daab
and George Abbott
. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Aug 1928- Sep 1928 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Laurel Adams, Suzanne Caubaye, Warren Colston, Harry Cooke
(as "Phil"), Ashley Cooper, Joseph Crehan
(as "Sid Durham"), Carlo De Angelo, Brian Donlevy
(as "Huffy"), William Franklin, Robert Gleckler
(as "John Zelli"), Yvonne Grey, Dan E. Hanlon, Kaye Hastings, Donald Heywood, James Horgan, James Lane, Harriet E. MacGibbon
(as "Doris O'Connell"), John Meehan
(as "Peter Murray"), Packey O'Gatty, J. Ascher Smith (as "Radio Announcer"), Richard Taber (as "Bobby Murray"), Frank Verigun, Charles Wagenheim, William F. Walker, Bobbe Weeks, Craig Williams, George J. Williams. Produced by Gene Buck. Note: Filmed as Night Parade
(1929). See more