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|Ten Laps to Go|
|Directed by||Elmer Clifton|
|Screenplay by||Charles R. Condon|
|Story by||William Bloecher|
|Produced by||Fanchon Royer|
|Edited by||Edward Schroeder|
Fanchon Royer Pictures
|Distributed by||Ace Pictures Corporation|
Ten Laps to Go (King of the Speedway) is a 1938 American action/drama film directed by Elmer Clifton. The film stars Rex Lease as a champion race car driver, Duncan Renaldo as his rival, and Muriel Evans as the romantic interest. Former silent film star Marie Prevost has a small role in this film, which would prove to be her last; her death from self-inflicted malnutrition and alcoholism occurred less than six months later.
Ten Laps to Go was produced by the independent company Fanchon Royer Pictures and was distributed theatrically under the states-rights system. It has been released on television in the US under the title King of the Speedway.
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