Killer McCoy (1947)

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Following a mishap in the ring, hard-nosed lightweight Tommy "Killer" McCoy gets mixed-up with a big-time gambler and falls for his educated daughter, Sheila, against her father's better wishes.


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  • Mickey Rooney and Sam Levene in Killer McCoy (1947)
  • Mickey Rooney and Sam Levene in Killer McCoy (1947)
  • Sam Levene in Killer McCoy (1947)
  • Mickey Rooney and Sam Levene in Killer McCoy (1947)
  • Mickey Rooney and Walter Pidgeon in Killer McCoy (1947)
  • Mickey Rooney and Sam Levene in Killer McCoy (1947)

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21 September 2006 | bbowman-7
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| Real Punches?
No he's no Di Niro but his street pug slugging came off very real. Mickey Rooney looked like he was really taking some shots up there and I wouldn't doubt it if he actually insisted on doing it for the realism. Either that or the editing deserved an Oscar! Interesting cameo of , Johnny Andrisiano,( Rocky ) the real-life fighter who trained Mic for the film. (And who died mysteriously-suicide?) Also keep your eyes peeled for a quick but fleeting glimpse of Shelly Winters as one of two autograph hounds in the car. James Dunn playing his poor song-and-dance soul was superb! This movie is a rare gem and it really deserves more credit than it's given.

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