The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968)

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During WW2, Sgt. O'Farrell's Pacific unit is demoralized when a Japanese submarine torpedoes an American supply ship containing beer.


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Director:

Frank Tashlin

Writers:

Robert M. Fresco (story), John L. Greene (story), Frank Tashlin

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27 June 1999 | sbox
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| Bob Hope Wages War for Beer
Really funny plot drives this silly film regarding the boredom faced by soldiers in the Pacific during WWII. After the Japanese torpedo Hope's beer supply, he takes matters into his own hands to improve morale.

His effort to bring women on the island, only gets him male nurses and Phylis Diller. Although the plot drags a bit, and Hope's pranks seem dated, this is still a good flick with lots of harmless laughs. However, if you are politically correct, you will probably be offended.

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