A War With The Army

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Released 1950

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A War With The Army

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Director:
Hal Walker
Released:
1950
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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis had their first star billing in this hilarious song and gag-filled comedy. The comic couple play Puccinelli and Korwin -- pals who join the army and get into a load of trouble on a military training base. While Puccinelli becomes a first sergeant, his buddy can't rise above the status of private because of his constant bumbling. Amid the clowning, Puccinelli tries to win over a beautiful young woman named Helen. The film's funny highlights include a sequence involving a non-cooperative soda machine, Jerry Lewis performing "The Navy Gets the Gravy But the Army Gets the Beans," and the team's impersonation of the Bing Crosby-Barry Fitzgerald characters from the classic film "Going My Way."

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Comedy

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50s, Slapstick, Musicals, Classics