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Death On The Diamond (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Give It To The Milk Fund

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    Villain Karnes (C. Henry Gordon) aims to stop the streaking Cardinals, whose pitcher Larry (Robert Young) is practicing in a mirror when he gets a bribe, and consults with coach (David Landau), his daughter (Madge Evans) and reporter Downey (Paul Kelly) in MGM's Death On The Diamond, 1934.

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Hot-shot rookie pitcher Larry (Robert Young) being introduced by Frances (daughter of the coach), to Dunk (Joe Sawyer), Frank (Robert Livingston), her dad (David Landau) and the premise, in real St. Louis Cardinals gear, in Death On The Diamond, 1934.>
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