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Gasoline Alley and Friends

6 movies/2 DVDs

  • Gasoline Alley
  • Corky, of Gasoline Alley
  • As You Were
  • Mr. Walkie Talkie
  • Stop That Cab

 

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6 movies/2 DVDs

GASOLINE ALLEY – The popular Frank O. King comic strip characters go from newspaper page to screen in this 1951 feature from legendary comedy director Edward Bernds (of Three Stooges and Bowery Boys fame). Scotty Beckett and Jimmy Lydon are Corky and Skeezix, half-brothers who find themselves in the restaurant business until complications and some family conflicts arise. 1951|76 min|B&W|1.37:1|NR

CORKY, OF GASOLINE ALLEY – How long can a cousin visit? That’s the question for Corky (Scotty Beckett) when his wife’s cousin (Gordon Jones) makes himself an unwanted houseguest, begins telling Wallet family members how to run their businesses, and blows up one of Corky’s restaurant’s ranges AND one of Skeezix’s (Jimmy Lydon) cars! Another entertaining comedy-drama for fans of the classic Frank O. King comic strip. 1951|80 min.|B&W|1.37:1:NR

AS YOU WERE – Oh, those Army daze–and nights! An infusion of WAC beauties adds to the fun when ex-G.I. “Dodo” Doubleday (William Tracy), now a hotel clerk, impresses Army brass with his memory, and considers going back into the military. But recruiting station sergeant Bill Ames (Joe Sawyer), remembering how Tracy jinxed him back in WWII days, begs him not to re-enlist!  1951|57 min.|B&W|1.33:1|NR

STOP THAT CAB – Babies and bandits spell trouble for Sid Melton, a bumbling Hollywood cabby whose night is filled with constant harassment from his wife (Iris Adrian), and whose fares include a radio quiz show contestant in search of a movie star, an expectant mother who is no longer expectant when she LEAVES his cab—and a gunman!  1951|57 min.|B&W|1.37:1|NR

MR. WALKIE TALKIE – Joe Sawyer and William Tracy return in another wacky service comedy, Sawyer as the exasperated sergeant of a GI trainee (Tracy) who remembers everything he has ever heard. Their misadventures include reassignment to Korea, an enemy spy and the offer of a Congressional Medal of Honor for Sawyer—if he can control his temper long enough to get it!  1952|65 min.|B&W|1.37:1|NR

LEAVE IT TO THE MARINES – Quintessential schnook Sid Melton, looking for the license bureau so that he can marry his girl Mara Lynn, instead stumbles upon a Marine recruiting office and ends up in uniform. Lynn reacts by joining the Woman’s Marine Corps. Between the two of them, they’re the Howls of Montezuma and the Roars of Tripoli in this frantic service comedy. 1951|68 min.|B&W|1.33:1|NR

SPECIAL FEATURES:  Cartoon Promo, Photo and Advertising Galleries

Actors

GASOLINE ALLEY: Scotty Beckett, Jimmy Lydon, Susan Morrow, Don Beddoe, Patti Brady

CORKY OF GASOLINE ALLEY: Scotty Beckett, Jimmy Lydon, Don Beddoe, Gordon Jones, Patti Brady

AS YOU WERE: William Tracy, Joe Sawyer, Russell Hicks, John Ridgely, Sondra Rodgers

STOP THAT CAB: Sid Melton, Marjorie Lord, Tom Neal, William Haade, Greg McClure

MR. WALKIE TALKIE: William Tracy, Joe Sawyer, Margia Dean, Robert Shayne, Alan Hale Jr. Russell Hicks

LEAVE IT TO THE MARINES: Sid Melton, Mara Lynn, Gregg Martell, Ida Moore, Sam Flint

Directed by

GASOLINE ALLEY: Edward Bernds

CORKY OF GASOLINE ALLEY: Edward Bernds

AS YOU WERE: Fred Guiol

STOP THAT CAB: Eugenio de Liguoro

MR. WALKIE TALKIE: Fred Guiol

LEAVE IT TO THE MARINES: Samuel Newfield

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