Gentleman Jim (1942) Raoul Walsh, Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson

Gentleman Jim (1942) Raoul Walsh, Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson
Because boxing is a considered an illegal and disreputable enterprise in 1880’s San Francisco, wealthy and influential members of the prestigious Olympic Club vow to make the sport a “gentlemanly” one. They sponsor a brash, extroverted young bank clerk named Jim Corbett, who quickly becomes an accomplished fighter under the new Marquis of Queensbury Rules. Despite his success, the young Irish-American’s social pretensions and boastful manner soon estrange him from his benefactors, who plot to give their conceited former protégé a well-deserved comeuppance. Despite this, his dazzlingly innovative footwork helps him to beat a succession of bigger and stronger men, and he finally finds himself fighting for the world’s championship against his childhood idol, John L. Sullivan.

Also Known As (AKA): O Ídolo do Público, Der freche Kavalier, Il sentiero della gloria

Gentleman Jim (1942) Raoul Walsh, Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson

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File Name : Gentleman Jim 1942.avi
File Size : 1259.21 MB
Resolution : 608×448
Duration : 01:44:25

Quality: DVDRip
Language: English
Genre: Biography, Drama, Romance, Sport

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Gentleman_Jim_1942.avi

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