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Come Out Fighting (1945 film)

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Come Out Fighting
Directed byWilliam Beaudine
Written byEarle Snell
Produced bySam Katzman
StarringLeo Gorcey
Huntz Hall
Billy Benedict
Gabriel Dell
June Carlson
Amelita Ward
Addison Richards
CinematographyIra H. Morgan
Edited byWilliam Austin
Music byEdward J. Kay
Release date
  • September 29, 1945 (1945-09-29)
Running time
62 mins
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget85,000

Come Out Fighting is a 1945 American film directed by William Beaudine.[1] It was the last in the Monogram Pictures series of "East Side Kids" films before the series was reinvented as "The Bowery Boys. Film critic Leonard Maltin described the film as "grating," giving it one and a half out of four stars.[2]

Plot

The East Side Kids are ejected from their clubhouse in a raid brought on by complaining neighbors, they have no place to train for an upcoming boxing tournament. The police commissioner is worried that his son Gilbert, who prefers ballet to boxing, is turning out to be a wimp, so he offers the gang a deal: he'll lay off them if they will take his son in their gang and toughen the boy up. Gang member Muggs McGinnis takes an instant dislike to Gilbert, and sets Gilbert up to get in a fight with Danny More, the gang's best boxer, but is impressed when he sees Gilbert use ballet moves to avoid getting hit, and instead knock out Danny. Later, the East Side Kids learn that Gilbert's girlfriend Rita has taken Gilbert to an illegal casino owned by local gangsters. The East Side Kids get to the casino just before cops raid the place. Muggs is able to sneak Gilbert out, but Danny is injured, and Muggs himself is caught, and is therefore barred from entering the boxing tournament. Gilbert agrees to participate in the tournament, and is in bad shape after the first two rounds. Muggs advises Gilbert to use his ballet moves, which enables Gilbert to win the match. Gilbert then confesses the truth about having been at the casino, and his police commissioner father clears Muggs of all charges.[3]

Cast

The East Side Kids

Remaining cast

References

  1. ^ Hayes, David (1984). The Films of the Bowery Boys. Secaucus, NJ: The Citadel Press. ISBN 978-0806509310.
  2. ^ Leonard Maltin, Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide, page 256, 1998.
  3. ^ Amy Dunkleberger, Patricia K. Hanson, American Film Institute Catalog Motion- Feature Films, 1941-1950, Volumes 1-2; Volume 4, page 459, 1971.

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