Robert Taylor has more bare-chest scenes here than in any of his other movies. Successfully resisting the usual waxing forced upon other hairy chested gentlemen of his era, he compromised by accepting a modest manicure. See more »
Maureen O'Sullivan is credited onscreen as "Sheila Carson", but her car license is made out to "Shelia Carson", which is also the way she signs her name. See more »
There's only one thing I don't like about farms. They're always out in the country.
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This sensational boxing film introduced a rougher and tougher Robert Taylor to 1938 audiences, the result of a well-publicized body building regimen under the personal supervision of Max Baer. Taylor plays Tommy McCoy, a handsome boxer who has to contend with the mob, his drunken father, and the prospect of having his perfect pan punched to a pulp.
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