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Even After Fifty Years, It Holds Up Well
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written by dnhoshor June 16, 2004 - 8:48 AM PDT
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
This boxing expose still holds up well after nearly fifty years. Humphrey Bogart is unemployed sports writer hired to promote no-talent, unknown boxer, Toro Moreno whose sole asset is his size. The mob, headed by Rod Steiger, wants to build up Toro reputation for a big match. It's a good movie.

My favorite prop is the "Toro-mobile", a bus with huge likenesses of the boxer attached to the sides. I think his head would have been knocked off by bridges and traffic lights.

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