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Mr. Wise Guy (February 20, 1942)

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The East Side Kids in Mr. Wise Guy
 

Released February 20, 1942: The East Side Kids are sent to reform school in this romantic crime comedy, and reform school will never be the same.

Produced by Sam Katzman

Directed by William Nigh

The Actors: Leo Gorcey (Ethelbert 'Muggs' McGinnis), Bobby Jordan (Danny Collins), Huntz Hall (Glimpy Stone), Billy Gilbert (truck driver Knobby), Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams (Luke Manning), Douglas Fowley (Bill Collins), Joan Barclay (Ann Mitchell), Warren Hymer (Dratler), Ann Doran (Dorothy Melton), Jack Mulhall (Jim Barnes, the Reformatory Superintendant), Gabriel Dell (Charles 'Rice Pudding Charlie' Manning), Sidney Miller (Charlie Horse), David Gorcey (Peewee), Bobby Stone (Chalky Jones), Dick Ryan (Jed Miller, the abusive guard), Benny Rubin (the second waiter), Bill Lawrence (Skinny), Stanley Blystone (policeman), Kit Guard (spectator), Joe Kirk (man in the newsreel with the prize money), Ernest Morrison (Scruno), Frank O'Connor (Reformatory Guard), and Charles Sullivan (policeman)

 
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Reform School Hijinx

This is the eighth movie out of twenty two made by the East Side Kids between 1940 and 1945, about a group of kids from the lower east side of New York. These smart-aleck kids from the city murdered the English language and brought a new kind of group comedy to the movies. In this episode, the gang is falsely accused of stealing a truck, and are sentenced to live at the Wilton reform school for boys. Danny, one of the boys, has a big brother Bill who is joining the Army to fight in the Second World War that the U.S. had just entered. On the way home Bill stops in front of a store to buy a pack of cigarettes, and while he is sitting there he hears gunshots inside the store. An escaped prisoner has robbed the store and killed the owner, and when he rushes out of the store expecting his henchmen to be waiting in a car, he discovers that they are not anywhere to be seen. The escaped gangster sees Bill in his car and puts a gun to his head and forces him to be his getaway driver. The cops capture Bill, but the gangster gets away, and Bill is convicted of the murder and sent to the death house. Meanwhile, the night before Bill is to be executed, the kids locked up in reform school decide to escape with Danny and help him find the real killer and save Bill’s life. The only thing that they have is the address of the gangster’s girlfriend, so they wait in the darkness of her empty apartment. Then the gangster’s girlfriend puts her key in the lock and enters her apartment and discovers the gang of delinquents from the lower east side that are waiting for her. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bobby Jordan
Bobby Jordan
Ann Doran and Billy Gilbert
Ann Doran and Billy Gilbert
Ann Doran, Billy Gilbert and Joe Kirk
Ann Doran, Billy Gilbert and Joe Kirk
Ann Doran and Billy Gilbert
Ann Doran and Billy Gilbert
Ann Doran and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Ann Doran and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Ann Doran and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Ann Doran and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Ann Doran, Warren Hymer, Billy Gilbert and Guinn Williams
Ann Doran, Warren Hymer, Billy Gilbert and Guinn Williams
Ann Doran
Ann Doran
Bill Lawrence
Bill Lawrence
Billy Gilbert
Billy Gilbert
Billy Gilbert, Benny Rubin and Ann Doran
Billy Gilbert, Benny Rubin and Ann Doran
Billy Gilbert
Billy Gilbert
Bobby Jordan and Joan Barclay
Bobby Jordan and Joan Barclay
Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey and Dick Ryan
Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey and Dick Ryan
Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey and Ernest Morrison
Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey and Ernest Morrison
Bobby Jordan and Leo Gorcey
Bobby Jordan and Leo Gorcey
Bobby Jordan and the mannequin
Bobby Jordan and the mannequin
Bobby Stone
Bobby Stone
David Gorcey
David Gorcey
Dick Ryan
Dick Ryan
Douglas Fowley and Bobby Jordan
Douglas Fowley and Bobby Jordan
Douglas Fowley, Joan Barclay and Jack Mulhall
Douglas Fowley, Joan Barclay and Jack Mulhall
Douglas Fowley and Joan Barclay
Douglas Fowley and Joan Barclay
Douglas Fowley and Joan Barclay
Douglas Fowley and Joan Barclay
Douglas Fowley
Douglas Fowley
Ernest Morrison and Leo Gorcey
Ernest Morrison and Leo Gorcey
Ernest Morrison
Ernest Morrison
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Bobby Stone
Gabriel Dell and Jack Mulhall
Gabriel Dell and Jack Mulhall
Gabriel Dell and Leo Gorcey
Gabriel Dell and Leo Gorcey
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn Williams and Warren Hymer
Guinn Williams and Warren Hymer
Huntz Hall
Huntz Hall
Jack Mulhall
Jack Mulhall
Joan Barclay and Douglas Fowley
Joan Barclay and Douglas Fowley
Joan Barclay, Jack Mulhall and Dick Ryan
Joan Barclay, Jack Mulhall and Dick Ryan
Joan Barclay and Jack Mulhall
Joan Barclay and Jack Mulhall
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall
Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall
Sidney Miller
Sidney Miller
Warren Hymer and Guinn Williams
Warren Hymer and Guinn Williams
Warren Hymer and Guinn Williams
Warren Hymer and Guinn Williams
Warren Hymer
Warren Hymer