Winner Take All (1932) Movie Details

Winner Take All
English
Roy Del Ruth
(India)
1 hr 6 mins
6.0/10
Rating: 6.0/10 from 191 users

Winner Take All Movie Cast

James Cagney
as Jim 'Jimmy' Kane
Marian Nixon
as Peggy Harmon
Guy Kibbee
as Pop Slavin
Dickie Moore
as Dickie Harmon
Virginia Bruce
as Joan Gibson
Alan Mowbray
as Forbes, the etiquette teacher
Esther Howard
as Ann, Joan's Friend
Clarence Muse
as Rosebud, the Trainer
Clarence Wilson
as Ben Isaacs
Ralf Harolde
as Legs Davis, Diamond Ring Seller
John Roche
as Roger Elliott
Texas Guinan
as Texas Guinan (archive footage) (uncredited)
George 'Gabby' Hayes
as Interne at Rosario Ranch (uncredited)
Allan Lane
as Monty - Joan's Friend (uncredited)

Winner Take All Crew List

Director :
Producer : Roy Del Ruth
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Robert Kurrle
Editor : Thomas Pratt
Art Direction : Robert M. Haas
Costume Design : Orry-Kelly
Conductor : Leo F. Forbstein

Winner Take All International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
16-07-1932
India
16-07-1932

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Overworked boxer Jim goes to a health ranch in New Mexico to recover where he falls in love with Peggy and her sickly son. Once recovered, Jim leaves to return to the ring. Can their romance survive the distance?

Winner Take All

Winner Take All is a 1932 English Film stars James Cagney , Roy Del Ruth , Marian Nixon , Guy Kibbee , Dickie Moore , Virginia Bruce , Alan Mowbray , Esther Howard , Clarence Muse , Clarence Wilson , Ralf Harolde , John Roche , Texas Guinan , George 'Gabby' Hayes , Allan Lane , Roy Del Ruth , W. Franke Harling , Robert Kurrle , Thomas Pratt , Robert M. Haas , Orry-Kelly , Leo F. Forbstein , directed by Roy Del Ruth & music by Leo F. Forbstein.