Good Warner Brothers social drama from 1935, set in a hellish Pennsylvania coal mine where the workers are struggling to organize. Paul Muni, the voice of centrist reason, prevails. Michael Curtiz directed this ideological juggling act, with a blind eye to the political implications but a good fix on pace and character. The supporting proles include William Gargan, Barton MacLane, John Qualen, and Vince Barnett.