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An Irish-American boxing promoter goes back to Ireland looking for a fighter he can turn into the next heavyweight champion, and comes across a blacksmith he believes has potential. The only problem is, the blacksmith isn't interested.
Barbara "Babs" Penfield is trying to convince her father, laundry-magnate F. Thorndyke Penfield, to invest money in a proposition from her sweetheart Rodney Randall. Her father refuses as ... See full summary »
A newspaper publisher (Emory Parnell) is being blackmailed by a burlesque queen (Joan Woodbury), and he sends one of his reporters (William Tracy) to talk to her. The girl is murdered and ... See full summary »
The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Monday 7 February 1944 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). On the West Coast, it first aired in Los Angeles Sunday 15 May 1949 on KTLA (Channel 5). See more »
Someone, perhaps veteran B director Phil Rosen, created okay, one-scene moments for former A stars, Dorthry Lee (Wheeler and Woolsey pics), Evelyn Knapp and Betty Compson. Someone also just saw His Girl Friday, so lots of pressroom reporter comraderie with one a star reporter with marriage issues. There's too much battle of sexes, verbal sparrage between reporter Ford and wifey Parker. Unfortunately, instead of capable, adult feminest Roz, we have the beautiful, but insipid Jean Parker, at home twiddling her thumbs and fuming. She complains he's missing dinner. He whines and lies.
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