Joe Adams takes on the identity of a dead gangster in order to avoid the draft. Adams plans to use a war relief charity to get his gambling operation up and running, until he falls in love with Dorothy Bryant and has a change of heart. Written by
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Guys and dolls was eerily simiilar. See more
When Joe is in the Greek Orthodox church, we hear Latin music in the background. This would be sung at a Roman Catholic church, but never at a Greek Orthodox one. See more
Joe Adams aka Joe Bascopolous
You don't mind if I double-cross myself, do you?
Opening credits prologue: 1941 America was still at Peace. See more
Remade as Gambling House
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Music by William Steffe
In the score when Dorothy shows a picture of her great-grandfather See more