Ghosts on the Loose (1943) - Rotten Tomatoes

Ghosts on the Loose (1943)

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Ghosts on the Loose (which features no ghosts whatsoever) is perhaps the best-known of Monogram's "East Side Kids" series. This time, Muggs (Leo Gorcey), Glimpy (Huntz Hall), and the rest of the kids offer to decorate the honeymoon cottage of Glimpy's sister, Betty (Ava Gardner), and her new husband, Jack (Rick Vallin). Unfortunately, the boys end up at the wrong house, a sinister mansion that serves as the headquarters for a Nazi spy ring headed by Emil (Bela Lugosi). The rest of the film is an extended chase -- first the Nazis chasing the boys, then the boys chasing the Nazis. Incidentally, this is the film in which Bela Lugosi allegedly sneezes out an obscenity. Ghosts on the Loose has been reissued under several titles, notably The East Side Kids Meet Bela Lugosi.

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Cast

Huntz Hall
as Glimpy Williams
Ava Gardner
as Betty Williams Gibson
Bobby Stone
as Rocky/Dave
Bill Bates
as `Sleepy' Dave
Rick Vallin
as John Gibson
Jack Mulhall
as Lt. Brady
Tom Herbert
as Park Central Plaza Desk Clerk
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½

As a chance to see the momentary collision of an incredibly young Ava Gardner just beginning on her way up and The Bowery Boys and Bela Lugosi on their way down this is an okay little hour but it's second (or third) rate in every other way.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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This movie is partly funny and partly stupid. Maybe kids would like it?

Aj V
Aj V

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