Bowery to Bagdad
|Bowery to Bagdad|
|Directed by||Edward Bernds|
|Produced by||Ben Schwalb|
|Written by||Edward Bernds
|Music by||Marlin Skiles|
|Edited by||Lester A. Sansom|
|Distributed by||Allied Artists|
Sach buys a magic lamp containing a Genie. A group of gangsters see the boys using the lamp and steal it. However, the boys had made a wish that only the Slip and Sach could request wishes from the Genie so he is unable to grant the gangsters wishes. The gangsters decide that if the two of them were dead then the Genie would have no choice but to obey their commands. The Genie has taken a liking to the boys and helps them escape, but they are transported back to Baghdad where the true master of the lamp resides, leaving Slip and Sach without any more wishes. The Genie, feeling sorry for them, grants them one more wish, which Sach uses to "wish I had the nerve to sock him (Slip) in the chin", which the Genie grants.
The Bowery Boys
- Leo Gorcey as Terrance Aloysius 'Slip' Mahoney
- Huntz Hall as Horace Debussy 'Sach' Jones
- David Gorcey as Chuck Anderson (Credited as David Condon)
- Bennie Bartlett as Butch Williams
- Bernard Gorcey as Louie Dumbrowski
- Joan Shawlee as Velma (a/k/a Cindy Lou Calhoun)
- Eric Blore as the Genie
This film was released in England in October 1954.
- Hayes, David and Brent Walker (1984). The Films of The Bowery Boys. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press.
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