Excuse My Glove

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Excuse My Glove is a 1936 British, black-and-white comedy sports film directed by Redd Davis starring Len Harvey, and Bobbie Comber. [1] It was produced by Alexander Film Productions.

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A young stained glass-worker accepts accidentally a challenge to fight in a boxing booth at a fair.

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