Clancy Street Boys (1943)

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The East Side Kids -- including Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, and Huntz Hall -- are causing trouble again (no great surprise there) in this frantic comedy. Muggs (Gorcey) gets the word that his rich uncle Pete (Noah Beery) is coming to pay a visit. However, this is bad news for Muggs's mom (Martha Wentworth) -- after the loss of her husband, Pete offered to help her financially, and in order to get a few more bucks out of the deal, she told Pete that she had seven children. Suddenly, the rest of the guys are forced to pose as Muggs' new "siblings," with Glimpy (Hall) getting the very short end of the stick as he impersonates Muggs' less-than-attractive sister. The ruse actually works at first, until local gangster George Mooney (Rick Vallin) threatens to tell Pete the truth, and then involves him in a kidnapping.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy
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In Theaters:
 wide
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Studio:
Monogram

Cast

Noah Beery Sr.
as Pete Monahan
Leo Gorcey
as Ethelbert 'Mugs' McGinnis
Huntz Hall
as Glimpy Freedhoff
Lita Ward
as Judy
Rick Vallin
as George Mooney
Martha Wentworth
as Mrs. McGinnis
Jimmy Strand
as Cherry Streeter
Johnny Duncan
as Cherry Streeter
Harry De Vere
as Williams
Jan Rubini
as Violinist
Bernard Gorcey
as Bar Owner
Gino Corrado
as Head Waiter
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