Here Comes Trouble (March 15, 1948)

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Here Comes Trouble
 

Released on March 15, 1948: A soldier returning to civilian life becomes a crime reporter and gets involved with the death of a burlesque dancer.

Produced by Hal Roach Jr.

Directed by Fred Guiol

The Actors: William Tracy (Dorian 'Dodo' Doubleday), Joe Sawyer (Officer Ames), Emory Parnell (Winfield 'Windy' Blake, publisher), Betty Compson (Martha Blake), Joan Woodbury (Bubble LaRue), Paul Stanton (Attorney Martin Stafford), Beverly Lloyd (Penny Blake), Patti Morgan (Ester Dexter), Thomas E. Jackson (Police Chief McClure), Fred Aldrich (hood at burlesque house), Gertrude Astor (woman with dog), Rod Bacon (reporter), Eddie Bartell (Bagsy, burlesque clown), Mimi Berry (Ginger), Harry Cheshire (Judge J.J. Bellinger), Nell Craig (society editor), George Davis (fisherman in court), Dudley Dickerson (elevator operator), Eddie Dunn (pit violinist), Harold Goodwin (reporter with cigars), Joseph Granby (Spinelli, Rankin's lawyer), Chuck Hamilton (hood at burlesque house), Stuart Holmes (street extra), George Humbert (Italian suspect in court), Donald Kerr (masher and dancer on stage at ending), Carey Loftin (hood at burlesque house), Theodore Lorch (extra), Emmett Lynn (burlesque customer), Charles Middleton (reporter), Garry Owen (sports editor), Eddie Parks (Freddie, news photographer), Stanley Prager (cartoonist), Tommy Reilly (Barney), Margaret Roach (Vera), Helen Servis (charwoman), Jack Shea (policeman), Charles Sullivan (Sergeant Harris), Anthony Warde (police reporter), Ben Welden (burlesque house owner Rankin)

 

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The Mob . . . A Killer Clown . . . And Bubbles LaRue

Who Killed Bubbles LaRue? Mobsters running a burlesque house . . . a crusading newspaper publisher trying to clean up the city . . . and more exploding cigars than Carter has little liver pills. I'll be the first to admit that murder in a burlesque theater with the crime crusading newspaper publisher and his police reporter as the prime suspects sounds like a gripping crime adventure, but it is so much more . . . more fun than you would ever believe. This gangster crime adventure is surrounded by some of the funniest slapstick comedy that you will ever see, and is one of the first of the genre of serious crime drama surrounded by slapstick humor that is presented with a straight face. Our Sandwich-Short-of-a-Picnic reporter Dodo Doubleday, played once again by William Tracy, is the boyfriend of the gorgeous daughter of the newspaper publisher who is trying to clean up the crime and corruption in the city that seems to be centered in the local burlesque house. Burlesque bubble dancer Bubbles LaRue, played by Joan Woodbury, is willing to rat out on the gangsters for ten thousand dollars, but when naive reporter Dodo meets the burlesque queen to exchange the money for the secret diary of gangster names he is interrupted by someone who kills Bubbles LaRue before he can get the diary. What follows is one of the funniest gangster chase scenes ever put onto celluloid film as the killer, disguised as a burlesque clown tries to escape the clutches of Dodo Doubleday and the cops. Who Killed Bubbles LaRue? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and laugh your way through this slapstick crime adventure.

Ben Welden and Joan Woodbury
Ben Welden and Joan Woodbury
Ben Welden
Ben Welden
Betty Compson, Beverly Lloyd and William Tracy
Betty Compson, Beverly Lloyd and William Tracy
Betty Compson
Betty Compson
Beverly Lloyd, Betty Compson and William Tracy
Beverly Lloyd, Betty Compson and William Tracy
Beverly Lloyd and Joe Sawyer
Beverly Lloyd and Joe Sawyer
Beverly Lloyd
Beverly Lloyd
Dudley Dickerson
Dudley Dickerson
Eddie Bartell and William Tracy
Eddie Bartell and William Tracy
Eddie Dunn
Eddie Dunn
Eddie Parks
Eddie Parks
Emory Parnell, William Tracy and Thomas E. Jackson
Emory Parnell, William Tracy and Thomas E. Jackson
Harry Cheshire
Harry Cheshire
Joan Woodbury and Emory Parnell
Joan Woodbury and Emory Parnell
Joan Woodbury and William Tracy
Joan Woodbury and William Tracy
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury on stage
Joan Woodbury on stage
Joe Sawyer and William Tracy
Joe Sawyer and William Tracy
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer
Patti Morgan and Emory Parnell
Patti Morgan and Emory Parnell
Paul Stanton and William Tracy
Paul Stanton and William Tracy
Thomas E. Jackson and Emory Parnell
Thomas E. Jackson and Emory Parnell
Thomas E. Jackson and Joe Sawyer
Thomas E. Jackson and Joe Sawyer
William Tracy and Betty Compson
William Tracy and Betty Compson
William Tracy and Beverly Lloyd
William Tracy and Beverly Lloyd
William Tracy, Emory Parnell and Beverly Lloyd
William Tracy, Emory Parnell and Beverly Lloyd
William Tracy and Emory Parnell
William Tracy and Emory Parnell
William Tracy
William Tracy