Going Places (1938)

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A sports store clerk poses as a famous jockey as an advertising stunt, but gets more than he bargained for.


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  • Anita Louise and Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)
  • Anita Louise and Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)
  • Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)
  • Anita Louise and Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)
  • Anita Louise and Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)
  • Anita Louise and Dick Powell in Going Places (1938)

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24 February 2002 | lawprof
A Period Piece, Racial Warts and All
This pre-war comedy of impersonation and manners at a race course is amusing. Watching Louis Armstrong and hearing him sing the old standard, "Jeepers Creepers," makes the movie. Hollywood's casual acceptance of racial bias and denigration of blacks is cooly reflected by two race track gamblers addressing Armstrong as "Uncle Tom" when they meet him.

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