They Never Come Back (May 10, 1932)

Regis Toomey in They Never Come Back
 

Released on May 10, 1932: (running time 52 minutes) An injured boxer gets a job as a nightclub bouncer and discovers girls and gangsters.

Produced by Louis Weiss

Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer

The Actors: Regis Toomey (Jimmy Nolan), Dorothy Sebastian (Adele Landon), Edward Woods (Ralph Landon), Greta Granstedt (Mary Nolan), Earle Foxe (Jerry Filmore, owner of the Club Royale), Gertrude Astor (Kate, manager of the Club Royale nightclub), James J. Jeffries (himself, first referee), George Byron (Eddie Donovan, Jimmy's agent), 'Little Billy' Rhodes (himself, Master of Ceremonies at the nightclub), Jack Richardson (Hank Bates, boxing promoter), Kit Guard (ring second), Milburn Morante (fight promoter), Jack Roper (Jimmy's trainer), Henry Sedley (waiter), Jack Silver (unknown), Charles Sullivan (Steve, Jerry's henchman), Dan Tobey (ring announcer)

 

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The Fighter, The Gangster, and The Show Girl

Benjamin Harrison was elected twenty-third President of the United States in 1888, thanks in large part to generous funding by Andrew Carnegie. In 1891 President Harrison boarded a Baltimore & Ohio train in Baltimore with Andrew Carnegie for a trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Carnegie convinced the President to dedicate the Carnegie Hall and Library that Andrew Carnegie had built there and given to the city. This would be the first time that a President had visited Pittsburgh. The trip began in the afternoon, but by the time it reached Pittsburgh, night had fallen.

The President and Andrew Carnegie looked out of the train windows as they approached the city, and the President was amazed at what he beheld. They saw flaming coke ovens, with dense pillars of billowing black smoke and giant flames of fire reaching to the sky. Andrew Carnegie reminded the President that the well-known description of the city was “Hell with the lid off.” President Harrison, remarked that the saying was certainly appropriate.

Seven years later the star of this movie was born in Pittsburgh, but instead of becoming a steel worker, John Regis Toomey left Pittsburgh to become an actor. In his first motion picture, in 1929, he played the part of an undercover policeman, and for most of his career he was a police detective or other police officer.

In this twisted tale of love and crime, Regis Toomey is a boxer who loses his powerful left hook when his arm goes bad. He gets a job as a bouncer in a nightclub, and soon is in love with the barely dressed dancing star of the nightclub. At the end of his first night as a bouncer, he hears a man trying to force his way on the dancer in her dressing room, so he enters and kicks the fellow out, as a good bouncer should do.

Unfortunately, the fellow he kicked out is the owner of the club, and the owner wants him fired immediately. After thinking about it for a minute, and seeing how the new bouncer seems to be attracted to the dancer, the owner decides to keep him around. He probably knew the saying about keeping your friends close to you, and keeping your enemies even closer. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles Sullivan
Charles Sullivan
Dan Tobey
Dan Tobey
Dan Tobey
Dan Tobey
Dorothy Sebastian
Dorothy Sebastian
Dorothy Sebastian, Edward Woods
Dorothy Sebastian, Edward Woods
Dorothy Sebastian, Gertrude Astor
Dorothy Sebastian, Gertrude Astor
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian dancing in the nightclub
Dorothy Sebastian dancing in the nightclub
Dorothy Sebastian
Dorothy Sebastian
Earle Foxe
Earle Foxe
Earle Foxe, Dorothy Sebastian
Earle Foxe, Dorothy Sebastian
Earle Foxe, Gertrude Astor
Earle Foxe, Gertrude Astor
Earle Foxe
Earle Foxe
Earle Foxe
Earle Foxe
Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey
Edward Woods, Dorothy Sebastian
Edward Woods, Dorothy Sebastian
Edward Woods, Regis Toomey
Edward Woods, Regis Toomey
George Byron
George Byron
George Byron, Regis Toomey
George Byron, Regis Toomey
George Byron
George Byron
George Byron, Regis Toomey
George Byron, Regis Toomey
George Byron
George Byron
Gertrude Astor, Earle Foxe
Gertrude Astor, Earle Foxe
Gertrude Astor, Regis Toomey
Gertrude Astor, Regis Toomey
Greta Granstedt
Greta Granstedt
Greta Granstedt, Edward Woods
Greta Granstedt, Edward Woods
Greta Granstedt, Regis Toomey
Greta Granstedt, Regis Toomey
Greta Granstedt, Edward Woods
Greta Granstedt, Edward Woods
Jack Richardson
Jack Richardson
Jack Richardson, Regis Toomey
Jack Richardson, Regis Toomey
James J. Jeffries
James J. Jeffries
Joey Diamond
Joey Diamond
Little Billy Rhodes
Little Billy Rhodes
Little Billy Rhodes
Little Billy Rhodes
Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey, Dorothy Sebastian, Earle Foxe
Regis Toomey, Dorothy Sebastian, Earle Foxe
Regis Toomey, Earle Foxe
Regis Toomey, Earle Foxe
Regis Toomey, Edward Woods, Gertrude Astor
Regis Toomey, Edward Woods, Gertrude Astor
Regis Toomey, George Byron, Dorothy Sebastian
Regis Toomey, George Byron, Dorothy Sebastian
Regis Toomey, George Byron
Regis Toomey, George Byron
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Dorothy Sebastian, Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey, Dorothy Sebastian
Regis Toomey, Dorothy Sebastian