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Hi'ya, Chum (1943)

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Entertainers get stranded in a small boomtown, and open up a restaurant.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Al Ritz ...
Merry Madcap
Jimmy Ritz ...
Merry Madcap
Harry Ritz ...
Merry Madcap
Jane Frazee ...
Sunny Lee
Robert Paige ...
Tommy Craig
June Clyde ...
Madge Tracy
Paul Hurst ...
Archie Billings
Edmund MacDonald ...
Terry Barton
Lou Lubin ...
Eddie Gibbs
Andrew Tombes ...
Jerry MackIntosh, Cook
Ray Walker ...
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Entertainers get stranded in a small boomtown, and open up a restaurant.

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Comedy | Musical

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15 February 1947 (Portugal)  »

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Strait-Jacket  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Two on a Bike
Music by Gene de Paul
Lyrics by Don Raye
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A disaster!
24 November 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the Ritz Brothers, but this film is horrible. It starts out fine and progresses to a point where Harry Ritz is about to become the sheriff of a western town. Then it all falls apart. There are a group of poor musical numbers and the brothers don't even get a good musical feature. The film never resolves. It just stops. The ending is a little hard to stomach. I guess Universal could not put any care into this Ritz vehicle. They were much too busy with Abbott and Costello.


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