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Hell's Kitchen(1939)

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  • Ole time Hockey

    • holzhauer@qwest.net
    • 3/5/09

    The only film I can recall from the era showing an exciting hockey game in the spirit of the 70's "Slapshot" movie.

  • Most Impact of the series

    • S. Post
    • 8/12/07

    Hells Kitchen leaves the biggest impact on the viewer of the entire Dead End Kids series. This is a very emotionally stirring film I've seen. It can be brutal and violent one moment and then tear-jerking the next. You find yourself cheering for the boys and crying for them at the same time. Also stars young actor Frankie Burke as "Soap", the young James Cagney look-alike who potrayed Cagneys younger character Rocky Sullivan in the 1938 WB venture, "Angels with dirty faces". This video is rare, only comes from die-hard collectors, so I'm hoping they put it out on video soon. So many want to see it (and they should) but cannot obtain a copy. Lets get with the program people - theres a market here.

  • GREAT MOVIE!!!

    • B. ATTANASIO
    • 6/20/07

    THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST DEAD END KIDS MOVIES. I HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED THIS AND THE MANY OTHER DEAD END KIDS FILMS. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SO SURPRISED TO SEE SUCH FAMOUS/TALENTED ACTORS IN THEIR MOVIES LIKE, HUMPHREY BOGART, RONALD REAGAN ETC. THESE WERE SERIOUS A LIST ACTORS. THESE MOVIES REPRESENTED THE SERIOUS ISSUES OF THAT GENERATION. UNFORTUNATELY, THIS WAS THE LAST OF THEIR SERIOUS MOVIES. I HOPE THEY WILL BE PUT ON TO DVD FOR PURCHASE. FILMS LIKE THIS AND SOOOOOOO MANY OTHERS SHOULD BE SAVED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO SEE.

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