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Pop Clark, owner and General Manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, has leveraged everything to hold onto his team. He needs a pennant win to pay off his debts, so he hires ace pitcher Larry Kelly. Racketeers have gambled a lot of money on St. Louis losing the race, and a rich businessman has designs on foreclosing the Cardinals from Pop. When Kelly's talent inspires the other players and St. Louis climbs to second place, accidents begin to happen, and soon, three key players are murdered. With the help of reporter Jimmie Downey, Pop and Kelly must find the murderer and save the team.

Nat Pendleton and Ted Healy are teamed again for comic relief, along with Ed Brophy as a bumbling cop.

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Ted Healy (Solo)
Release Date
September 14, 1934
Production Type
Feature Film
70.75 min.
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Shooting Days:   15 days   From: 1934-07-16   To: 1934-08-01

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Posted 2001-05-08 16:02:00 by BeAStooge
Fun murder mystery/comedy, with the almost-comedy team of Healy and Nat Pendleton in support. Ted gets to show his dramatic acting talents in this one.

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