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Kid Galahad

Kid Galahad
Movie: Kid Galahad(1937)[tt0029080] When a bellhop knocks out fighter Chuck McGraw, promoter Nick Donati realizes he's a potential champ. "Kid Galahad" justifies Nick's confidence, but Nick's mistress Fluff falls for him; in turn, the Kid falls for Nick's young sister. Now overprotective brother Nick turns against his new fighter, leading to a near- disastrous title fight and a murderous confrontation. Written byRod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>
Title Kid Galahad
Release Date 29 May 1937 (USA)
Runtime
Genres Crime, Drama, Romance, Sport
Production Companies Warner Bros.
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson...
Nick Donati...
Bette Davis
Bette Davis...
Fluff...
Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart...
Turkey Morgan...
Wayne Morris
Wayne Morris...
Ward Guisenberry / ...
Jane Bryan
Jane Bryan...
Marie...
Harry Carey
Harry Carey...
Silver Jackson...
William Haade
William Haade...
Chuck McGraw...
Soledad Jiménez
Soledad Jiménez...
Mrs. Donati (as ...
Ben Welden
Ben Welden...
Buzz Barett...
Joseph Crehan
Joseph Crehan...
Brady...
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg...
The Redhead...
Frank Faylen
Frank Faylen...
Barney...

Reviews

Richie-67-485852 on 31 March 2018
Edward G Robinson in any movie is a must see for the man loved what he did and he did it for us. Here is another fine flick for him to ply his wares and woo us over into the land of entertainment. Who doesn't like a rag to riches story which is really about the common man and his dreams. Some no-body guy wants to save enough money to buy a farm and in America there are many ways to do this. This movie shares one of them. Heart-strings will be pulled upon as there is not one but two love stories going on here, a real good bad guy, good guy and a hero. Special mention to Humphrey Bogart who doesn't disappoint. Watch the close-ups on his face during the fight matches. When things go well, Bogie gives his best facial and if they go less than well he gives his worse facial expressions. Of course what could be more rousing than a good fight to end the story with? Also notice the stands in the fight scenes. Long has every fight movie had to shoot the upper seats in darkness while some used cardboard cut-outs to fill in those seats. After all, how many extras do you want on payroll? In this movie they even turn on the lights so we can see everything real or not. Imagine going to see this decades ago, 25 cents, popcorn, cold drink and either with your girlfriend or some buddies. Great night out and it still holds! This is entertainment with...

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