Smith Of Minnesota

  • 1942
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Sports

In the tradition of HARMON OF MICHIGAN (1941), SMITH OF MINNESOTA stars Minnesota All-American Bruce Smith in his own story. The film's self-reflexive angle involves a screenwriter (Warren Ashe) who is assigned to write a screenplay on the star halfback, which sends him to live with Smith for some "up close and personal" research. The writer's admiration...read more

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In the tradition of HARMON OF MICHIGAN (1941), SMITH OF MINNESOTA stars Minnesota All-American Bruce Smith in his own story. The film's self-reflexive angle involves a screenwriter (Warren Ashe) who is assigned to write a screenplay on the star halfback, which sends him to live with Smith

for some "up close and personal" research. The writer's admiration for the unassuming gridiron hero grows as Smith fills him in on some background motivation, including the story of his father's losing efforts in a 1910 Minnesota-Michigan game, which is reconstructed in the film.

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