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Indianapolis Speedway (1939) was a Action - Drama Film directed by Lloyd Bacon and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Jack L. Warner.

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Pre-Code vs Post-Code: "The Crowd Roars" and "Indianapolis Speedway"

By David on Aug 3, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Pre-code versus post-code is the difference between a Duesenberg and a Hummer, between cafe au lait and chocolate milk, between a camisole and a union suit. Take the differences, for instance, between the 1932 film "The Crowd Roars" and the 1939 film "Indianapolis Speedway." Same story (by Howard H... Read full article

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Regis Toomey played the same character in the 1932 film The Crowd Roars of which this is a remake.
Frank McHugh plays the same character in this film as he did in the original 1932 version titled The Crowd Roars. The remake even uses footage of McHugh from the first film to save on production expenses.
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Also directed by Lloyd Bacon

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Also produced by Hal B. Wallis

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Also released in 1939

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