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Rated NR · 73 minutes · 1933

Drama
World War I hero Tom Holmes (Richard Barthelmess) finds life back in Depression-era America uncharacteristically hard. Tom cannot find work, and after being wounded in battle, he's struggling with a dependency on pain medicine. After Tom beats his addiction and lands in Chicago, he settles down with a woman (Loretta Young) and gets a job at a laundromat. But trouble is still ahead, as union groups threaten Tom's job, and he gets caught up in the mounting unrest sweeping through the city.
Director: William Wellman
Cast: Richard Barthelmess, Loretta Young, Aline MacMahon, Gordon Westcott, Robert Barratt, Berton Churchill, Grant Mitchell, Robert McWade, Charles Grapewin, James Murray, Edwin Maxwell, Margaret Seddon, Arthur Vinton, John Marston, Douglas Dumbrille, Ward Bond, Lee Phelps, Dewey Robinson, Milton Kibbee and Guy Usher

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