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|The Racing Strain|
|Directed by||Jerome Storm|
|Written by||Dorothy Davenport (story, uncredited)|
Betty Burbridge (adaptation) and
Willis Kent (adaptation, uncredited)
|Produced by||Willis Kent (producer)|
|Edited by||Ethel Davey|
Willis Kent Productions
|Distributed by||Maxim Productions|
The Racing Strain is a 1932 American film directed by Jerome Storm.
A race-car driver whose career is on the skids because of his drinking falls for a rich society girl. That motivates him to clean up his act and resume his career, but it may be too late for that.
- Wallace Reid Jr. as Bill Westcott aka The Big Shot
- Dickie Moore as Bill Westcott as a Little Boy
- Phyllis Barrington as Marian Martin
- Paul Fix as King Kelly
- J. Farrell MacDonald as Mr. Martin
- Eddie Phillips as "Speed" Hall
- Ethel Wales as Aunt Judy
- Otto Yamaoka as Togo
- Mae Busch as Tia Juana Lil
- J. Frank Glendon
- Lorin Raker as Jack Westcott
- Donald Reed
- James P. Burtis
- Kit Guard as King's Mechanic
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