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Gobs and Gals (1952)

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George Bernard ...
Sparks Johnson / Mabel Mansfield
Bert Bernard ...
Salty Conners / Myrtle Mansfield
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Lt. Steven F. Smith
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Betty Lou Prentice
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CPO Mike Donovan
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Soyna DuBois
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Peter
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Senator Prentice
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Ivan
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Bertram
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Mrs. Pursell
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Conductor (as Olin Howlin)
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Cmdr. J.E. Gerrens
Henry Kulky ...
Boris
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Bertram's Mother
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ALL ABOARD FOR A FUN SPREE! (original print ad - all caps)

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Comedy

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1 May 1952 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Cruising Casanovas  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Connections

Referenced in Rubberface (1981) See more »

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East Indian Polka
Written by Jack Elliott
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Of Curiosity Value
9 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

Any movie with Florence Marly is a good movie. Although she is billed sixth in the official cast list, Florence is far more prominently featured in many of Republic's posters (particularly the one sheet, the three sheet and the six sheet) than any other members of the cast, including the Bernard Brothers themselves. Certainly her role is by no means large (she doesn't come into the action until it's three-quarters over), but she alone makes the movie worth viewing. The Bernard Brothers may have been a wow on the stage (they were the first Americans to star in a West End pantomime, namely "Cinderella", and were then held over at the London Palladium to top a variety bill with Eleanort Powell) but their movie appeal is, to say the least, limited. Dull direction by Bud Springsteen doesn't boost the movie's stocks any either. (The director was always billed as R.G. Springsteen, but everyone from Republic's gatemen to President Herbert J. Yates called him, "Bud". There was none of this "Mr Springsteen wants quiet on the set" nonsense. It was always, "Bud would like you to stand over here. He'll be with you in a moment!")

ADDITIONAL CREDITS: Set decorators: John McCarthy, Jr., George Milo. Make-up supervisor: Bob Mark, Hair styles: Peggy Gray. Special effects: Howard and Theodore Lydecker. Optical effects: Consolidated Film Industries. Sound: T.A. Carman and Howard Wilson. "East Indian Polka" (sung as "Maiden from Bali" by the Bernard Brothers) composed by Jack Elliott for Victor Young Publications, Inc.


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