When a boxer finds a baby, his manager calls Steele because he knew Steele when Steele was a boxer. Steele is not too happy to see the man. The boxer for some reason doesn't want to give up the baby. And at the same time someone is following them.
Did You Know?
The classical music that the boxer exercises to is from George Bizet's opera "Carmen", now used during the champagne spraying celebrations at the end of a Formula 1 race. See more
At 35 mins when Steele is talking to the baby, there is a reflection of crew members in the cabinet behind him. See more
Hennessey Tennessy tootled the flute/Oh, the music was something grand/A credit to old Ireland/Is MacNamara's band.
[she hums the rest of the song as Steele slowly stares at her and smiles
Carmen - Prélude
Written by Georges Bizet
Played during the training scenes See more