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Here Come the Marines(1952)

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  • The Bowery Boys in the Marines!

    • Kelly
    • 6/18/16

    The Bowery Boys get up to the usual hilarious hijinks and solve the murder of a fellow marine. Huntz Hall keeps getting promoted with each blunder while Leo Gorcey does the detective work; David Gorcey, Bennie Bartlett and Gil Stratton are along for the ride. Nice to see character actors like Hanley Stafford, Murray Alper and Paul Maxey in the cast. And Bernard Gorcey as Louie the Sweet Shop owner is always a welcome delight. I really look forward to seeing the Bowery Boys every Saturday morning on TCM. All of these films are light, clean and genuinely entertaining family fun.

  • The best thing that happened to T.V

    • Leo
    • 6/18/16

    These shows remind us of a time when life seemed simple and kids which seemed like trouble makers, try to find justice when they stumble on criminal acts by others. The Bowery Boys remind me of a neighborhood which I always thought existed.

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