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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Man I love (1929) DVD-R

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Starring Richard Arlen, Mary Brian, Olga Baclavona, Harry Green, Jack Oakie

Directed by William A. Wellman



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Bearing no relation to the popular torch song of the same name, The Man I Love is a

prizefight picture, courtesy of Paramount production exec David O. Selznick. Richard Arlen

stars as Dum-Dum Brooks, a tank-town boxer who journeys to New York in hopes of

cracking the Big Time. Along for the ride is Dum-Dum's long-suffering but ever-faithful wife

Celia (Mary Brian). After licking Champ Mahoney (Charles Sullivan) in an exhibition bout,

Dum-Dum is given a chance to win the title for real. His road to success is temporarily

blocked off by seductive Sonia Baranoff (Olga Baclanova), giving poor Celia even more to

worry about. Among the real-life pugilists seen in The Man I Love is ubiquitous stunt man

and bit player Sailor Vincent, who remained in films well into the late 1950s.

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Starring Richard Arlen, Mary Brian, Olga Baclavona, Harry Green, Jack Oakie
Directed by William A. Wellman

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Bearing no relation to the popular torch song of the same name, The Man I Love is a
prizefight picture, courtesy of Paramount production exec David O. Selznick. Richard Arlen
stars as Dum-Dum Brooks, a tank-town boxer who journeys to New York in hopes of
cracking the Big Time. Along for the ride is Dum-Dum's long-suffering but ever-faithful wife
Celia (Mary Brian). After licking Champ Mahoney (Charles Sullivan) in an exhibition bout,
Dum-Dum is given a chance to win the title for real. His road to success is temporarily
blocked off by seductive Sonia Baranoff (Olga Baclanova), giving poor Celia even more to
worry about. Among the real-life pugilists seen in The Man I Love is ubiquitous stunt man
and bit player Sailor Vincent, who remained in films well into the late 1950s.

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