Stand Up and Fight
- Original title
Stand Up and Fight
- Running time
- 97 min.
- United States
James M. Cain, Jane Murfin, Harvey Fergusson, Forbes Parkhill
Leonard Smith (B&W)
Wallace Beery, Robert Taylor, Florence Rice, Helen Broderick, Charles Bickford, Cy Kendall, Barton MacLane, Charley Grapewin, John Qualen, Robert Gleckler, Clinton Rosemond, Paul Everton, Claudia Morgan, Robert Middlemass, Jonathan Hale
Western. Drama | Historical. Trains. Slavery
- Synopsis / Plot
- Year 1840. Blake Cantrell (Robert Taylor), an aristocrat from Maryland and a well-groomed cynic, uses his organized hunt to announce his imminent bankruptcy. In order to pay off his debts, Blake is forced to sell even his slaves, instead of freeing them, which causes the disapproval of his guest Susan Griffith (Florence Rice). Later in the evening, when he tries to seduce the girl, she bumps him back and leaves the mansion urgently. However, Blake is also forced to leave his home, since it was sold to cover his debts. He arrives to Cumberland to get a job at his father's old friend, Colonel Webb (Jonathan Hale), the head of the Baltimore-Ohio railroad construction. He offers him to spy on Starkey (Wallace Beery), the head of a competing shipping company, but Blake refuses (Synopsis from Wikipedia.org)
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