American football script number one-through 101 is the usual one about an egotistical college football star (amatuer) who is drafted into the National Football League (professional), and he... See full summary »

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Richard Crane ...
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Ruth Nolan
Mary Stuart ...
Marian Rutherford
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Coach Snyder
Pat Phelan ...
Joe Nolan
Joseph Crehan ...
Coach Miller
Harry Wismer ...
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Tom Harmon ...
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Bob Kelly ...
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Paul Christman ...
Johnny Clement ...
Professional Football Player (as Johnny 'Zero' Clement)
'Boley' Dancewicz ...
Bill Dudley ...
Paul Governali ...
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American football script number one-through 101 is the usual one about an egotistical college football star (amatuer) who is drafted into the National Football League (professional), and he takes a long time to learn that his attitude is having a major effect on his team, his playing and his romance. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Drama | Romance | Sport

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30 September 1948 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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