DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD
PRODUCED BY JOHN FORD/ JOHN W. CONSIDINE JR.
Information from IMDb
Laura Nash is an ex-con who is befriended by Polakai, a waiter who is also a wrestler.
Even though Polakai is kind to her, she pines for Nick, her old partner in crime.
When she gets Nick out of jail, she tells him that she is pregnant and he leaves for America.
Laura then marries Polakai, who adores her, and he becomes the wrestling champion of Germany.
Laura makes Polakai move to America where she finds Nick and he becomes his manager.
Polakai wants to wrestle fairly, but Nick and Joe are both crooked and are only in it for the money.
Polakai does not know that Laura still desires Nick.
Written by Tony Fontana
Wallace Beery ... Polakai
Ricardo Cortez ... Nicky
Karen Morley ... Laura
Jean Hersholt ... Mr. Herman
John Miljan ... Willard
Herman Bing ... Pepi - Headwaiter
Vince Barnett ... Karl - a Waiter
Greta Meyer ... Mrs. Herman
Edward Brophy ... Dolan - a Referee
Ward Bond ... Muscles Manning (uncredited)
Joe Caits ... Referee in Germany (uncredited)
Mike Donlin ... Mike - Man in Gym (uncredited)
Jack Herrick ... Second Boxer in Gym (uncredited)
Hans Joby ... Hans - Waiter in Germany (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack ... One of Willard's Aides (uncredited)
Jerry Mandy ... Gym Manager (uncredited)
Larry McGrath ... Championship Referee in the U.S.A. (uncredited)
Nat Pendleton ... Wrestler (uncredited)
Frank Reicher ... Warden in Germany (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan ... Boxer at Gym (uncredited)
Monte Vandergrift ... Radio Sports Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Williams ... Sports Reporter (uncredited)
Wladek Zbyszko ... Zbyszko - Polikai's Championship Oppenent in the U.S.A.
Edmund Goulding (story)
Leonard Praskins (adaptation) and
Edgar Allan Woolf (adaptation)
Moss Hart (dialogue)
William Faulkner uncredited
Laura: [On the phone]
You got the dough, and we took the rap, so it's your turn to play cards.
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