Here Comes Trouble (1948)





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Hoping to start up where he left off before his studio was taken over by the government during WWII, Hal Roach turned out a brief series of "streamliners" (short-length feature films) under the umbrella title Hal Roach's Laff-Time. The third entry in this series was Here Comes Trouble, a Cinecolor attempt to revive a popular Roach military-comedy series from the early 1940s. William Tracy and Joe Sawyer return respectively as Doubleday and Ames, erstwhile army buddies with a predilection for trouble. Now in civilian clothes, Doubleday, he of the photographic memory, becomes a newspaper reporter, while the long-suffering Ames joins the police force. It doesn't take long for our heroes to become involved in a hectic search for a valuable missing diary. Former silent screen star Betty Compson provides a touch of class in the role of newspaper publisher's wife.
Classics , Comedy
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United Artists

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William Tracy
as Dorian 'Dodo' Doubleday
Joe Sawyer
as Officer Ames
Betty Compson
as Martha Blake
Joan Woodbury
as Bubbles LaRue
Emory Parnell
as Winfield Blake
Paul Stanton
as Stafford
Beverly Loyd
as Penny Blake
Patti Morgan
as Dexter
Beverly Lloyd
as Penny Blake
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