At War With the Army

1950

At War With the Army

Critics Consensus

No consensus yet.

Tomatometer
Not Yet Available

TOMATOMETER

Reviews Counted: N/A

58%
liked it

Audience Score

User Ratings: 2,986

TOMATOMETER

N/A
All Critics | Top Critics
Average Rating: N/A
Reviews Count: 0
Fresh: 0
Rotten: 0

AUDIENCE SCORE

58%
Average Rating: 3.4/5

You may have noticed some of the recent changes we have made. To read more about what we’ve been working on behind the scenes, please check out our new RT Product Blog here.


Want to See

Add Rating
My Rating    

At War With the Army Photos

Movie Info

Though At War With the Army was the third film appearance of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, it was the team's first starring vehicle. A pattern is set herein for all the Martin-Lewis flicks to follow: Martin plays a self-assured romeo, forever bursting into song, while Lewis is a hopeless screw-up unable to perform the simplest task without wreaking havoc (in this one, he can't even operate a Coke machine properly). Mike Kellin repeats his Broadway role as M&L's tough topkick while Polly Bergen makes a very brief appearance. Because it has lapsed into public domain, At War with the Army is one of the most available of the Martin and Lewis films.

Watch it now

Cast

Dean Martin
as 1st Sgt. Vic Puccinelli
Jerry Lewis
as Pfc. Alvin Korwin
Polly Bergen
as Helen Palmer
Mike Kellin
as Sgt. McVey
Tommy Farrell
as Cpl. Clark
Danny Dayton
as Sgt. Miller
Frank Hyers
as Cpl. Shaughnessy
Dan Dayton
as Sgt. Miller
William Mendrek
as Capt. Caldwell
Kenneth Forbes
as Lt. Davenport
Paul Livermore
as Pvt. Edwards
Ty Perry
as Lt. Terray
Jean Ruth
as Millie
Angela Greene
as Mrs. Calwell
Al Negbo
as Orderly
Dewey Robinson
as Bartender
View All

Critic Reviews for At War With the Army

All Critics (2)

Audience Reviews for At War With the Army

½

Filmed in their heyday, while they were still a true team and not battling egos, this is less a film than a Broadway play adapted for film and the then very popular Martin and Lewis team. Despite the wrinkles on some of the comedy (mugging stolen from Harpo Marx!) there are moments when the magic happens ... and usually when they are together onscreen. Film fans will enjoy the "Bells of St.Mary" sketch.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

At War With the Army Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

News & Features