Baby Face Morgan (September 15, 1942)

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Baby Face Morgan
 

Released on September 15, 1942: Ed Morgan, son of a notorious mob boss, is tricked into becoming the head of the mob when his father suddenly dies, but he is kept in the dark about the real business in this old movie about romance and crime.

Produced by Jack Schwarz

Directed by Arthur Dreifuss

The Actors: Richard Cromwell (Edward 'Baby Face' Morgan), Mary Carlisle (Virginia Clark), Robert Armstrong ('Doc' Rogers), Chick Chandler (Oliver Harris), Warren Hymer (Wise Willie), Charles Judels ('Deacon' Davis), Vince Barnett (Lefty Lewis), Ralf Harolde (Joe Torelli), Hal K. Dawson (J.B. Brown), Toddy Peterson (Mabel, secretary), Kenneth Chryst ('Mouse'), Pierce Lyden (Gap), Roberta Anderson (Brown's secretary), Sam Bernard (henchman), James Blaine (police captain), Edward Hearn (payoff victim), Jack Kenney (William, Clark Trucking Company employee), Emmett Lynn (D.A. Canby, druggist), Pat McKee (henchman), George Morrell (Cap, boarding house resident), Ray Parsons (plainclothes man), Bob Perry (henchman), 'Snub' Pollard (news vendor), Bobby Stone (boy who gives Lefty the telegram)

 

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The Soda-Jerk Gangster says, "Don't Slap Virginia!"

It is 1942, America is at war, and gangsters around the country are called 'home' to Central City. It seems that Big Mike Morgan, the leader of the crooks has died in prison, and a new leader must be selected. One fellow knows about a son of the dead leader that lives in the country with his mother, and says that the son should take over the gang.

The son is a completely simple-minded soda jerk at the small town drug store, but the goons sent to find him mistakenly believe that he is the toughest gangster that they have ever met. When Big Mike's lawyer discovers that the son is a goof, he decides to put him in charge of a phony company to hide him from the rest of the gang. He then tells the gang that the new boss, 'Baby Face Morgan,' is so mean and so dangerous that only he will have contact with the boss - no one else will see him.

Well, from this point on the comedy of misunderstandings grows in ways that will have you rolling on the floor. The tangled web of misunderstandings is so complete that it will keep you actively engaged and anxiously anticipating the next laugh.

This leads to that and finally the cops, the gangsters and the soda-jerk Baby Face meet at the South Side Social Club and all of our gangsters and the naive goof-ball land at police headquarters to sort everything out. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Richard Cromwell
Richard Cromwell
Richard Cromwell and Mary Carlisle
Richard Cromwell and Mary Carlisle
Charles Judels and Robert Armstrong
Charles Judels and Robert Armstrong
Chick Chandler and Richard Cromwell
Chick Chandler and Richard Cromwell
Chick Chandler
Chick Chandler
giggling Tillie in the soda shop
giggling Tillie in the soda shop
Mary Carlisle and Hal K. Dawson
Mary Carlisle and Hal K. Dawson
Pierce Lyden and Kenneth Chryst
Pierce Lyden and Kenneth Chryst
Ralf Harolde
Ralf Harolde
Ralf Harolde and Robert Armstrong
Ralf Harolde and Robert Armstrong
Ralf Harolde
Ralf Harolde
Richard Cromwell and Mary Carlisle
Richard Cromwell and Mary Carlisle
Richard Cromwell
Richard Cromwell
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Toddy Peterson and Warren Hymer
Toddy Peterson and Warren Hymer
Vince Barnett and Bobby Stone
Vince Barnett and Bobby Stone
Vince Barnett and Charles Judels
Vince Barnett and Charles Judels
VInce Barnett and Richard Cromwell
VInce Barnett and Richard Cromwell