Andy (Spencer Williams) starts off his first morning as a co-owner (with The Kingfish (Tim Moore)) of a parking lot by denting a couple of fenders. When Leroy (Jester Hairston), The ...

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Andy (Spencer Williams) starts off his first morning as a co-owner (with The Kingfish (Tim Moore)) of a parking lot by denting a couple of fenders. When Leroy (Jester Hairston), The Kingfish's brother-in-law, drops by later and offers to watch the place while Andy and The Kingfish have lunch, he assumes it is a used car lot. He sells one of the cars for $600, and when the owner returns and finds his car missing, he threatens them with jail. The car is returned to its owner but now another vehicle is missing.

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6 September 1951 (USA)  »

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Kingfish and Amos are charging 25 cents for all day parking in 1951. As of 2015 on Parkopedia.com, all-day parking in Harlem ranges from around $25 per day. See more »

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