Rookies in Burma (1943)

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Even in the jungles of Burma, U.S. Army Privates Jerry Miles (Wally Brown), and Mike Strager (Alan Carney, are still spending most of their time on KP (Kitchen Police) duty. But they are ... See full summary »


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29 April 2005 | PATRICK1962
Calling A&C......And Bela Lugosi Too
I just recently saw this for the first time......61 minutes I'll never get back! ZOMBIES ON Broadway and GENIUS AT WORK are much better, due in no small part to the participation of Bela Lugosi and Lionel Atwill. Brown & Carney make Abbott & Costello look like Lunt and Fontanne! The racist angle probably kept this title off of commercial television. The anti-Jap sentiment must have been appreciated in 1943. Hard to believe this was directed by the same guy (Leslie Goodwins) who made THE MUMMY'S CURSE at Universal the following year. Incidentally, Joan Barclay plays Janie and Claire Carleton plays Connie. The IMDb is incorrect.

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Release Date:

December 1943

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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