The James Thurber-Elliot Nugent play about an idealistic college professor who puts his career on the line by insisting upon standing up for his right to free speech, and at the same time must deal with his wife's old flame who's been making advances.
A fight manager (Edward G. Robinson), his discovery (Wayne Morris), his girl (Bette Davis) and his rival (Humphrey Bogart). Silver: Harry Carey. Marie: Jane Bryan. McGraw: William Haade. Formerly titled "Kid Galahad." Directed by Michael Curtiz.
A devil-may-care bomber pilot, killed in action during World War II, returns as a spirit to advise a young officer, who just so happens to fall for the late flier's girlfriend. Remade by Steven Spielberg in 1989 as "Always."