Germany's Adolf Hitler, with his Axis-stooges, Italy's Mussolini and Japan's Suki Yama, although he tried to avoid taking them, is on his way, via submarine, to a tropical country to ...
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Adolf Hitler, Benito and Suki Yaki are placed in a series of Three-Stooges routines, with the premise that the Board of Directors of Hell has put the Devil on notice they intend to replace ... See full summary »
George E. Stone
This movie shows us the rise of Adolf Hitler from a small radical political adventurer to the dictator of Germany in the way of a gangster film. Exept for some minor inaccuracies the ... See full summary »
Expensive diamonds are stolen but before the thief can fence them he is strangled by ex-con Cueball, who then takes the gems and continues murdering people he believes are trying to swindle... See full summary »
Germany's Adolf Hitler, with his Axis-stooges, Italy's Mussolini and Japan's Suki Yama, although he tried to avoid taking them, is on his way, via submarine, to a tropical country to negotiate a treaty with the High Chief Paj Mab. However, an American P.T-boat crew is already there and have some plans for schickenbit-grubber and his buddies.Written by
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Re-titled The Double Crossed Fool, this film was first purchased for telecast in New York City in mid-1948 by WPIX (Channel 11), as part of their newly acquired series of three dozen Hal Roach feature film productions, originally released theatrically between 1931 and 1943, and now being syndicated for television broadcast by Regal Television Pictures. However, no record of WPIX ever showing the film has been found. Its earliest documented telecasts were in New York City 5 July 1949 on WJZ (Channel 7), who picked up the Roach package after WPIX was finished with it, and in Detroit Thursday 22 September 1949 on WXYZ (Channel 7). See more »
No doubt the Hollywood war propaganda machine was working overtime and exhausted when this little flicker was approved for production. The plot is terrible but the portrayals of Hitler and Mussolini are spot on. I bet GI's on troop ships heading for Europe found it hilarious. In that manner it's a little gem. A lot of production values in sets and costumes. Clever use of Alka-Seltzer. Enjoy it for what it is.
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