Smith of Minnesota (1942)

10/15/1942 (US) Drama 1h 6m
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AMERICA'S FAVORITE FOOTBALL SON ROMPS TO TRIUMPH ON THE SCREEN!

Overview

This biopic takes an in-depth look into the life of Minnesota All-American football player Bruce Smith. The story is framed by a screenwriter's interview with the famed halfback. In order to garner information, the scenarist is assigned to live with Smith. During the film, Smith shares his thoughts on football and anecdotes from his life.

  1. Lew Landers

    Director

  2. Robert Hardy Andrews

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Bruce Smith

    Bruce Smith

  2. Arline Judge

    Arline Judge

    Gwyn Allen

  3. Warren Ashe

    Charles Hardy

  4. Don Beddoe

    Don Beddoe

    Lew Smith

  5. Kay Harris

    Olive Smith

  6. Robert Kellard

    Robert Kellard

    George Smith (as Robert Stevens)

  7. Rosemary DeCamp

    Rosemary DeCamp

    Mrs. Smith (uncredited)

  8. Ann Doran

    Ann Doran

    (uncredited)

Full Cast & Crew

Smith of Minnesota

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

79

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