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Overview

Now that they're engaged, Ann wants Joe to retire from the ring, seeing as how he's the heavyweight champ. Ann's mother, who doesn't want her daughter marrying "beneath" the wealthy family's standing, to set Ann up with a European count. What the mother doesn't know is that the "count" is after the family's money more than he is Ann.

  1. Lloyd French

    Director

  2. Ham Fisher

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Norton

    Joe Palooka

  2. Beverly Phalon

    Ann Howe

  3. Shemp Howard

    Shemp Howard

    Knobby Walsh

  4. Charles Kemper

    Charles Kemper

    Richard Howe

  5. John Berkes

    Johnny (as Johnnie Berkes)

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Status Released

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  • April 24, 1937
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 21m

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