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Two Dartmouth football players fall in love with the same girl following college graduation. Directed by Dudley Murphy, this 1932 film stars Joel McCrea, William Gargan, Marian Marsh, Walter Catlett and Robert Benchley.

  1. Dudley Murphy

    Director

  2. Corey Ford

    Screenplay

  3. Francis M. Cockrell

    Screenplay

  4. Jerry Horwin

    Story

  5. Thorsten Wenning

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joel McCrea

    Joel McCrea

    Sandy Brown

  2. Marian Marsh

    Marian Marsh

    Irene Stewart

  3. William Gargan

    William Gargan

    Johnny Baker

  4. Robert Benchley

    Robert Benchley

    Radio Announcer

  5. Walter Catlett

    Walter Catlett

    'Shifty' Morrison

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Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 1932
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 5m

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