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An old friend of Grey's, Gentleman Dan Muldoon, bets heavily that his boxer, The Dublin Boy, can win. But when Dan discovers that Dublin Boy has a glass jaw, he has to go into the fight himself. When Grey discovers that the next punch will blind Dan, he ties up Dan and goes in himself.
In Glen City, Gentleman Dan Muldoon has set up a fight between The Dublin Boy and Gunnar Slagle. The Dublin Boy is sparring at a barn in Glen City against a local fighter as warm-up for the big fight. The sheriff demands half of Dan's take to let him conduct his fight. When Dan refuses, the sheriff has his deputies take Dan and his two fighters into custody. Dan tries to renegotiate and when the sheriff refuses, Dan and his fighters easily knock out the lawmen. The Dublin Boy, Dennis Fogarty, worries that they're buying themselves trouble. However, Dan figures that the sheriff won't worry about it. That leaves the problem of where to hold the big fight...Read the full recap
Gentleman Dan Muldoon: And now, boys, up to the bar and have a drink on Gentleman Dan Muldoon. Not for you, me bucko.
The Dublin Boy: But I'm thirsty.
Gentleman Dan Muldoon: Then try water. I understand it's not bad and, better than that, it's free.
Gunner Slagle: I oughta punch your teeth out!
Grey: Please, not when I'm about to have lunch.
Gunner Slagle: You keep out of this.
Grey: Of course, unless we split it down the middle. Fifty-fifty.
Gentleman Dan Muldoon: I'm ashamed of you, Grey Holden. Here I am, your friend, flat on my back, and you're trying to run a dirty bargain. Good day to you, sir.
Grey: Good day.
Gentleman Dan Muldoon: It's a deal.
Grey: It's a deal.
Joshua: So help me, Captain, Gunnar'll murder you.
Joshua: But I liked you better alive.