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The set-up / RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. presents ; screenplay by Art Cohn ; from the poem by Joseph Moncure March ; produced by Richard Goldstone ; directed by Robert Wise.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment,
Copyright Date:
1 videodisc (72 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Sports--Corrupt practices--Drama.
Sports--Corrupt practices.
DVD-Video discs.
Cannes Film Festival Awards.
Film adaptations.
Fiction films.
Feature films.
Film noir.
Sports films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Feature films.
Film noir.
Sports films.
Film adaptations.
Fiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Other Authors:
RKO Radio Pictures, presenter.
Turner Home Entertainment (Firm), film distributor.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Firm), publisher.
Cohn, Art, 1909-1958, screenwriter.
Goldstone, Richard, 1912-2007, film producer.
Wise, Robert, 1914-2005, film director.
Ryan, Robert, 1909-1973, actor.
Totter, Audrey, actor.
Tobias, George, 1901-1980, actor.
Baxter, Alan, 1908-1976, actor.
Ford, Wallace, 1898-1966, actor.
Helton, Percy, 1894-1971, actor.
Baylor, Hal, actor.
Hickman, Darryl, actor.
O'Morrison, Kenny, actor.
Edwards, James, 1918-1970, actor.
Clarke, David, 1908-2004, actor.
Pine, Phillip, actor.
Max, Edwin, actor.
Krasner, Milton, director of photography.
D'Agostino, Albert, 1893-1970, art director.
Okey, Jack, art director.
Bakaleinikoff, C. (Constantin), 1898-1966, musical director.
Silvera, Darrell, 1900-1983, set decorator.
Altwies, James, set decorator.
Gross, Roland, 1909-1989, film editor.
Motion picture adaptation of (work): March, Joseph Moncure. Set-up.
Scorsese, Martin, commentator.
Robert Ryan, Audrey Totter, George Tobias, Alan Baxter, Wallace Ford, Percy Helton, Hal Fieberling, Darryl Hickman, Kenny O'Morrison, James Edwards, David Clarke, Phillip Pine, Edwin Max. Originally released as a motion picture in 1949. Based on the poem by Joseph Moncure March. Special features: Commentary by Robert Wise and Martin Scorsese.
An over-the-hill boxer thinks he can still win a bout, despite doubts from his wife and his manager. He goes into his next fight determined to beat his opponent, not realizing his manager has taken money for a 'dive' from a tough gambler. Heightening the tension, the film takes place over the course of 72 minutes, its approximate running time.
Archive collection
OVUX522 -- University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City)

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