A sailor who is a champion boxer in the Navy is forced to leave the service because his family's business, a tuna fishing operation, is in financial trouble. He becomes a prizefighter and ... See full summary »

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(adaptation) (as Sam Roeca), (from a Collier's Magazine story by)
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Joe Morelli
Wendy Waldron ...
Lisa
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Capt. Charles Danning
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Pappa Cerrano
Murray Alper ...
Seaman 'Warthog' Novak
Paul Bryar ...
C.P.O. Robert Garrells
Harvey Parry ...
Dan Sweeney
Ric Roman ...
Tony Cerrano
John Compton ...
Vincent Cerrano
Stephen S. Harrison ...
Pietro Cerrano (as Stephen Harrison)
Billy Bletcher ...
Schott, Fight Promoter
Ray Kemper ...
Sailor
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A sailor who is a champion boxer in the Navy is forced to leave the service because his family's business, a tuna fishing operation, is in financial trouble. He becomes a prizefighter and one day signs up for a winner-take-all boxing match, which could make him a lot of money but could also result in the end of his boxing career. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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GOBS of THRILLS! GOBS of FUN! (original print ad - mostly caps)

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Action | Drama | Romance | Sport

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Passed | See all certifications »
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4 March 1951 (USA)  »

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Very good movie
25 September 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

A very entertaining boxing movie. It needs to be put out on VHS so today's audiences can view it. The actor Tom Neal does a good job as a man dedicated to the Navy who becomes a Navy boxing champion. But then because of family financial trouble, he has to consider leaving the Navy. In order to put his family back on sound financial ground, he signs up for a winner take all boxing match.


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