This lighthearted romp through the dusty halls of fixed prizefights is not beyond making a few moral comments as well. Tracey Browne (Michael Whalen) is a newspaper sports editor who wants to clean up the dirty racket. He sets his sights on shyster promoter Richards (Alan Dinehart) and
takes on one of his ex-champs himself, knocking out the pug to show how easy it is. This annoys the champ's daughter, Alice (Rochelle Hudson), but eventually she and the editor come together, fall in love, and together clean up the game. Directed by Allan Dwan, the veteran journeyman filmmaker who
helmed his first feature in 1911 and retired in 1961 with more than 400 films to his cr...