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ee03413ba2 As repayment to a priest who got him out of a scrape with the law, Slip agrees to drive the cab of a cabbie who has been injured in a collision. The job turns out to be more trouble than it's worth, as Slip's girlfriend is mad at him for working so much he hardly sees her, and Slip finds out that a rival cab company is involved in a scheme to wreck all of their competitors' cabs so they can have the whole city to themselves.
The crooked manager of a taxicab company is out to drive the independent owners/drivers out of business through various tactics such as sabotage, beatings and intimidation. But he crosses paths with "Slip" Mahoney, who is driving an independent cab as a favor, and the rest of the 'Bowery Boys," and this does not bode well for the crook and his henchmen.
When a competing driver won&#39;t succumb to pressure, New York City&#39;s crooked &quot;Red Circle Cab&quot; company derails him in an accident, overturning his cab. While the driver recuperates, a local Priest recruits &quot;helpful lad&quot; Leo Gorcey (as Slip Mahoney) to drive the rival &quot;Cassidy&quot; company cab. Sacrificing a night out with angelic girlfriend Judy Clark (as Mabel Dumbrowski), Mr. Gorcey clashes with the criminal &quot;Red Circle&quot; cabs. Gorcey quickly employs &quot;The Bowery Boys&quot;: Huntz Hall (as Sach), Bobby Jordan (as Bobby), William &quot;Billy&quot; Benedict (as Whitey), and David Gorcey (as Chuck) to humorously help make amends.<br/><br/>&quot;In Fast Company&quot; is above average for &quot;The Bowery Boys&quot;, but nothing special overall. In this film, (Leo&#39;s father) Bernard Gorcey, who had been appearing in the series films regularly, receives his familiar character name &quot;Louie Dumbrowski&quot; (herein, proprietor of &quot;Louie&#39;s Ice Cream Parlor&quot;). Good moments include an entertaining fruit stand owner (nicely played by Luis Alberni), a seltzer water sequence, and an early example of &quot;telephone booth stuffing&quot; (or, How many people can you fit in a telephone booth?). Since telephone booth stuffing became a fad in the 1950s, it looks like &quot;The Bowery Boys&quot; were ahead of the curve.<br/><br/>***** In Fast Company (6/22/46) Del Lord ~ Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, William &#39;Billy&#39; Benedict
The second in Monogram&#39;s Bowery Boys series starring the always funny Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall. Well, always funny to me, anyway. Gorcey&#39;s malapropisms and Hall&#39;s buffoonery might not be high comedy to some but I get a kick out of them. The plot to this one has Gorcey&#39;s Slip Mahoney becoming a taxicab driver, which leads to he and his friends becoming involved in a feud with a rival cab company. In addition to Gorcey and Hall, the Boys includes Bobby Jordan as Bobby, William Benedict as Whitey, and Leo&#39;s brother David Gorcey as Chuck. This was David&#39;s first Bowery Boys film. In keeping with the theme of nepotism, Leo&#39;s father Bernard makes his first appearance as series regular Louie, the ice cream parlor owner. Douglas Fowley makes for a hissable villain. Jane Randolph, Judy Clark, and Marjorie Woodworth provide the pretty. It&#39;s a decent entry with some good lines and gags. The phone booth bit is a highlight. Far from the Boys&#39; best but fun.

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