The Crowd Roars

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Release date: Aug 5, 1938

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Unlikely boxing star Tommy McCoy (Robert Taylor) is led to the sport by his bum father, Brian (Frank Morgan). After accidentally killing his friend (William Gargan) during a match, Tommy forsakes boxing, only to return for the money. Teaming up with powerful bookie Jim Cain (Edward Arnold), Tommy again rises to the top, earning Cain a fortune while falling in love with his daughter, Sheila (Maureen O'Sullivan). After a mobster realizes Cain has swindled him, Tommy must take charge.

Cast & Crew

Robert Taylor
Tommy McCoy
Frank Morgan
Brian McCoy
William Gargan
Johnny Martin
Lionel Stander
"Happy" Lane
Nat Pendleton
"Pug" Walsh
Gene Reynolds
Tommy McCoy, as a boy
George Bruce
Writer (Story)
Thomas Lennon
Writer (Screenplay)
George Bruce
Writer (Screenplay)
George Oppenheimer
Writer (Screenplay)
Edward Ward
Original Music
John F. Seitz
Cinematographer
Oliver T. Marsh
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  • The Crowd Roars could have been great drama -- real and compelling. As it is, the picture is a rousing little opus with two or three outstanding portrayals and the usual incredible, off-key happy ending.

    November 4, 2019 | Full Review…

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