Delia Jordan's father is murdered and some very valuable jewelry stolen. She hires Michael Lanyard (aka The Lone Wolf), a retired-and-reformed jewel thief to find the killer and the jewels.... See full summary »
Angela Twitchell is the daughter of a tooth-paste manufacturer, Rufus K. Twitchell, who has monopolized the business for many years that he has grown conservative, and his rivals have begin... See full summary »
Dan Tomlinson, aka Will Sabre, head of a gang of outlaws, states his intentions to go straight but is warned by the new gang leader, Dunsten, that he has thirty days to come back to the ... See full summary »
When a Texas playboy is murdered in a New York City nightclub the Falcon investigates. When he learns that the victim died from rattlesnake venom, the trail leads to Texas, his own ... See full summary »
Horatio Gillingwater, a hen-pecked husband of long standing, takes up boozing and begins to wear the family pants and take charge of family matters, including aiding the romance of his daughter, Lois, with Jerry Wayne.
Slip discovers Sach has a hard head that feels no pain so he decides to make him a professional wrestler. The twenty-eighth Bowery Boys film is an enjoyable one. The plot's nothing special but the boys are having a good time and it shows. Leo Gorcey's throwing malapropisms around and Huntz Hall is rubberfacing and doing physical bits of business. The wrestling scenes are fun to watch. Bernard Gorcey as Louie is great as usual. David Gorcey and Bennie Bartlett round out the rest of the gang. Neither gets much to do but prop up the scenery. Marjorie Reynolds is one of the prettier 'pretty girls' the series had; there always seemed to be one in each movie. Nice pace and some funny lines and gags. It doesn't reinvent comedy but it is entertaining.
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