PG | | Crime, Drama, Sport
The adventures of a drifter turned illegal prize-fighter during the Depression Era in New Orleans.
The film's closing credits declare: "The producer wishes to thank the office of the governor of the State of Louisiana, the office of the mayor of the city of New Orleans, the New Orleans Police Department, and the state of Louisiana Department of Employment Security for their cooperation."
There's no point in avoiding this thing, you know; it's going to happen.
Street: He's right.
Chaney: You want it that much?
Street: I'm getting paid.
Street: I can always reach over and start things right now.
Chaney: Yeah, but you won't.
Street: You don't think so?
Chaney: You're not going to do it for ...
When the Cajun band is playing on the platform by the river, a paddle-wheel steamboat travels by. Though the boat is clearly moving faster than the current and driven by an external power source, its paddle-wheel is not turning.
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