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Eddie Burke ( Jack Oakie) is a wise-guy pugilist whose talent is unevenly matched by his ego. Despite his character flaws, Eddie knows the meaning of loyalty. When his manager Doc Williams (William Collier Sr.) is offered the opportunity to stage a match at Madison Square Garden, but only if he gets rid of his stable of fighters, Eddie fabricates an alibi and stages a walkout on Doc.

  1. Harry Joe Brown

    Director

  2. Thomson Burtis

    Story

  3. P.J. Wolfson

    Writer

  4. Allen Rivkin

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jack Oakie

    Jack Oakie

    Eddie Burke

  2. Thomas Meighan

    Thomas Meighan

    Bill Carley

  3. Marian Nixon

    Marian Nixon

    Bee

  4. William Collier Sr.

    William Collier Sr.

    Doc Williams

  5. Zasu Pitts

    Zasu Pitts

    Florrie

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Madison Sq. Garden

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Status Released

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  • November 4, 1932
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 14m

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