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Ever youthful Tom Brown once more plays a campus football hero in Swing That Cheer. Undeniably talented on the gridiron, Bob Potter (Brown) is equally undeniably an arrogant pain in the posterior. So swell-headed does Potter become that he can never admit to himself that his blocking-back teammate Larry Royal (Robert Wilcox) is equally reponsible for Bob's success. To teach his pal a lesson, Larry feigns an injury and pulls out of the Big Game, forcing Bob to go it alone.

  1. Harold D. Schuster


  2. F. Maury Schuster


  3. Thomas Ahearn


  4. Charles Grayson


  5. Lee Loeb


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  1. Tom Brown

    Tom Brown

    Bob Potter

  2. Robert Wilcox

    Robert Wilcox

    Larry Royal

  3. Constance Moore

    Constance Moore

    Marian Stuart

  4. Andy Devine

    Andy Devine

    Doc Saunders

  5. Samuel S. Hinds

    Samuel S. Hinds

    Coach McGann

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Swing That Cheer
Swing That Cheer


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Status Released

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  • October 13, 1938


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 10m

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