Off Limits is a 1953 movie about trainer Wally Hogan (Bob Hope) and Herbert Tuttle (Mickey Rooney). Things are going perfectly for boxing trainer Hogan until his prizefighter Bullets Bradley (Stanley Clements) is drafted and sent into combat. To keep an eye on his fighter, Hogan enters himself into the war, but is soon discharged as unfit for the army. Tuttle steps into the scene seeking Hogan to train him into a world champion fighter. Hogan resists teaching him at first, until he realizes that his aunt is the lovely Connie (Marilyn Maxwell) who owns a restricted-access nightclub. The movie progresses with Hogan training Tuttle, only to get closer to his Aunt Connie. Another twist in the plot comes when the Hogan and Tuttle become military police officers and tool around the city. Starring Bob Hope and directed by George Marshall, this comedy full of shenanigans about two military police officers and a beautiful woman.