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Idol of the Crowds

Idol of the Crowds
Theatrical poster
Directed by Arthur Lubin
Produced by
  • Trem Carr
  • Paul Malvern
Written by
  • George Waggner
  • Harold Buckley
Starring
Cinematography Harry Neumann
Edited by Charles Craft
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release dates
  • September¬†30,¬†1937¬†(1937-09-30)
Running time 60 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Idol of the Crowds is a 1937 American drama film, directed by Arthur Lubin and starring John Wayne as an ice hockey player.

Plot

The New York Panthers ice hockey team is struggling in the standings. A scouting team headed by Kelly (Hopton) heads to Maine where they've heard of a promising former amateur player. He turns out to be John Hanson (Wayne), now a chicken farmer.

Hanson does not wish to return to the game, but when he learns how much money he can make, he agrees solely so he can make enough to upgrade his farm. His skills make him an instant sensation, but as the team heads toward the championship series, he runs afoul of crooked gamblers and the beautiful woman (Bromley) they tempt him with.

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