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Leather Gloves(1948)

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  • Leather Gloves: Under-rated classic

    • C. Williams
    • 5/4/12

    Aside from being Cameron Mitchell's first leading role in a feature-length film, Leather Gloves offered a well-scripted send-up of Richard English's story "No Place to Go," which appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in June of 1946.While the plot offered a formulaic moral dilemma as the real source of the main character's conflict, it also offered a solid performance by Virginia Gray playing Mitchell's love-interest and one of the early acting performances of BLAKE EDWARDS, who went on to direct such films as BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, THE PINK PANTHER and 10. Edwards plays the small town fighter, Vince Reedy, who Mitchell's character, Dave Collins, is contracted to fight (and expected to throw the fight to). Collins instead chooses to subject Reedy to a terrific beating, in order to get him out of the fight game for good (per the wishes of Virginia Gray's character, Jane Gilbert). The film showcases one of the more brutal fight scenes in boxing cinema, with Mitchell ending the fight with Edwards on the ropes, burying a punch in Edward's stomach for a sensational knockout that is well worth seeing.

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