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In this light drama, Clark Gable once again played his stock-in-trade role of a rogue with a heart of gold. Charlie King (Gable) runs a casino, but, in a business that thrives among the unscrupulous, Charlie takes pride in running an honest game and treating his customers with fairness and respect. However, Charlie's wife Lon (Alexis Smith) doesn't care if he runs a fair game -- she regards gambling as a dirty and corrupt business, and no matter how honest Charlie may be, he's still involved in a wicked activity. Charlie's son Paul (Darryl Hickman) is also against him; when Paul gets in trouble and Charlie bails him out of jail, he refuses to leave with him, instead going home with mother. Charlie invites Paul to see what his casino is like, and Lon agrees that Paul should know just what his father does. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Clark Gable
as Charley Enley Kyng
Alexis Smith
as Lon Kyng
Wendell Corey
as Robbin Elcott
Audrey Totter
as Alice Elcott
Frank Morgan
as Jim Kurstyn
Mary Astor
as Ada
Lewis Stone
as Ben Gavery Snelerr
Barry Sullivan
as Tycoon
Marjorie Rambeau
as Sarah Calbern
Edgar Buchanan
as Ed
Leon Ames
as Dr. Palmer
Mickey Knox
as Pete Senta
Richard Rober
as Lew "Angle" Debretti
William Conrad
as Frank Sistina
Darryl Hickman
as Paul Enley Kyng
Dorothy Comingore
as Mrs. Purcell
Art Baker
as Mr. Reardon
Mervyn LeRoy


Mervyn LeRoy
Arthur Freed
Richard Brooks
Harold Hal Rosson
Ralph Winters
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Urie McCleary
Art Director