Slightly bent press agent Eddie Willis (Humphrey Bogart) takes on crooked fight managers (led by Edward Andrews as 'Weyerhause') in The Harder They Fall, 1956, from a Budd Schulberg story.
Promoter Benko (Rod Steiger) sells Eddie (Humphrey Bogart) on being the press agent for a hopeless fighter in an early scene from The Harder They Fall, 1956, written and produced by Philip Yordan.
Harder They Fall -- Trailer for this fighting drama
Reporter turned press agent Eddie Willis (Humphrey Bogart) pitches his fighter for an L-A crowd and old pal Art Leavitt (Harold J. Stone) in The Harder They Fall, 1956.
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Two twenty-year-old kickboxers from opposite ends of Miami battle for triumph and their own identities in this coming-of-age story.
An unemployed reporter promotes a fighter for syndicate, and through devious means gets him a title bout. Reporter, feeling remorse, does an expose on fight racket. One of the most scathing indictments of professional boxing ever committed to film, based on the novel by Budd Schulberg.
When the boundaries of their combat zone extend from the ring to the streets of Miami, Max and Jesus fight to dominate. One is a promising amateur following in the footsteps of his legendary father, and the other a poverty-stricken kid from the wrong side of the tracks. What holds more weight, the pressure of success or the fear of failure? One of them is destined to rise to the top… the one who survives.
In South Florida, two young fighters from very different backgrounds compete for kickboxing dominance, but end up doing real battle in the streets.
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