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Tramp, Tramp, Tramp(1942)

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  • Great, at least for kids

    • Jeffrey Brody
    • 3/6/11

    I must have been 8 or 9 years old when I first saw this movie on TV, some 55 years ago. I just loved it. Jackie Gleason plays a man who is turned down when he tries to enlist, so he creates his own army. Silly premise, to be sure, but if memory serves me correctly, from a kid's perspective, it was worth lots and lots of laughs. Of course today's kids and today's comedy are both quite different, but if only this movie would be shown again it would take us back to a simpler, more innocent (certainly more naive) time for many of us, and it's worth that time travel for a silly escape. But I fear this movie may have been destroyed and no copies remain. I hope I'm wrong, but it hasn't been shown on TV in decades as far as I know, and it may be one of the many that were kept it cans and simply disintegrated. If anyone knows how to check on this, please let me know by sending me an email to dr.jb@cox.net THANKS, Jeff

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