The Law of Contact

Two Minutes to Play (November 2, 1936)

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Two Minutes to Play
 

Released on November 2, 1936: Football fathers hold grudges that may keep one of their sons from playing football in the biggest game of the season, and the blonde hired by an opposing team supporter may keep the other son out of the game.

Produced by Sam Katzman

Directed by Robert F. Hill

The Actors: Bruce Bennett (Martin Granville), Edward J. Nugent (Jack Gaines), Jeanne Martel (Pat Meredith), Betty Compson ('Fluff' Harding), Grady Sutton (Hank Durkee), Duncan Renaldo (Lew Ashley), David Sharpe (Buzzy Vincent), Sammy Cohen (Abie), Forrest Taylor (football coach Rodney), Richard Tucker (Lyman Gaines, Jack's father), Sam Flint (Martin Granville Sr.)Phil Dunham (Pericles Panopulous), Theodore Lorch (bartender Tim)

 

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Are you Ready for Some Football?

Saturday afternoon college football is the surest sign that summer is over . . . even back in 1936 when this football saga takes place. The story is about two college boys going to the same college that their fathers attended. One of the fathers ran the wrong way for a touchdown and has been the laughingstock of the college ever since. His son is the best athlete of this 1936 season, but because of his father's folly and disgrace the son has agreed not to play football. This leads to that and the son of wrong-way Granville does become the star quarterback, and the night before the big game the son of the other fellow goes out with a scheming blonde and gets totally drunk, so the star quarterback goes to the nightclub and brings the drunk running back home and puts him to bed . . . and gets caught out of bed after curfew by the coach. For his good deed to save the running back, our star quarterback is banned from the biggest game of the year.

Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett and Edward J. Nugent
Bruce Bennett and Edward J. Nugent
Bruce Bennett and Grady Sutton
Doris Hill and Robert Middlemass
Bruce Bennett and Sam Flint
Bruce Bennett and Sam Flint
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
David Sharpe and Edward J. Nugent
David Sharpe and Edward J. Nugent
Duncan Renaldo and Betty Compson
Duncan Renaldo and Betty Compson
Duncan Renaldo and Theodore Lorch
Duncan Renaldo and Theodore Lorch
Duncan Renaldo
Duncan Renaldo
Edward J. Nugent and Forrest Taylor
Edward J. Nugent and Forrest Taylor
Edward J. Nugent and Jeanne Martel
Edward J. Nugent and Jeanne Martel
Edward J. Nugent
Edward J. Nugent
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor and Bruce Bennett
Forrest Taylor and Bruce Bennett
Forrest Taylor, Bruce Bennett and Grady Sutton
Forrest Taylor, Bruce Bennett and Grady Sutton
Forrest Taylor and Bruce Bennett
Forrest Taylor and Bruce Bennett
Forrest Taylor and David Sharpe
Forrest Taylor and David Sharpe
Forrest Taylor and Edward J. Nugent
Forrest Taylor and Edward J. Nugent
Forrest Taylor and Jeanne Martel
Forrest Taylor and Jeanne Martel
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Grady Sutton
Grady Sutton
Grady Sutton
Grady Sutton
Jeanne Martel
Jeanne Martel
Jeanne Martel and Forrest Taylor
Jeanne Martel and Forrest Taylor
Jeanne Martel and Grady Sutton
Jeanne Martel and Grady Sutton
Jeanne Martel dances with Bruce Bennett
Jeanne Martel dances with Bruce Bennett
Jeanne Martel
Jeanne Martels
Phil Dunham and Grady Sutton
Phil Dunham and Grady Sutton
Richard Tucker, Forrest Taylor and Sam Flint
Richard Tucker, Forrest Taylor and Sam Flint
Richard Tucker
Richard Tucker
Sam Flint
Sam Flint
Sammy Cohen and Forrest Taylor
Sammy Cohen and Forrest Taylor
Sammy Cohen and Grady Sutton
Sammy Cohen and Grady Sutton