This is a typical old Robbins ballad, tracing the life of Frankie Kane as he grows up to face the world. Frankie is human and sensitive and quite normal for a hero. The love story with Ruth has an air of innocence about it and Robbins expertly developed the plot to a nice crescendo. I liked all the characters mainly because they are human and sensitive and act in a way which common people do. Highly recommended for Robbins fans.
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