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Two ex-soldiers return from overseas--one of them having smuggled into the country a French orphan girl he has become attached to. They wind up running into their old sergeant--who hates them--and getting involved with a race-car builder who's trying to find backers for a new midget racer he's building. Abbott and Costello churned out three service films in 1941 ("Buck Privates", "In The Navy", and "Keep 'Em Flying"). With the second World War over, the boys reprise their original roles from "Buck Privates" as they re-enter the civilian world. Universal Pictures gets some mileage out of the first picture by offering about ten minutes of highlight clips, and this footage is basically the only treatment we have of the comedy team in uniform.

The misadventure begins with seven year old Evie LeBrec (Beverly Simmons) stowing aboard the ship bound for home in Herbie Brown's (Lou) duffel bag. Homeless in France, she more or less adopted Herbie and pal Slicker Smith (Bud) as they head for the States. Nat Pendleton is back as Sergeant Michael Collins and comic foil for Herbie's antics; Evie pulls a fast one to make it seem like the Sarge brought her aboard ship. Eventually she's put under the care of Sylvia Hunter (Joan Fulton), who sees her home safely aboard, and later becomes "Aunt" Sylvia once the ship reaches home.

Once on land, the boys learn that adopting Evie will take some doing, as they need to be gainfully employed, and she'll need a mom. The gainfully employed part comes rather easy, Sylvia's fiancée Bill Gregory (Tom Brown) has built a prototype race car and engine, and hires the boys on to do some selling. In a clever sight (and sound) gag, the boys take the mini car to the bank to seek financing, and as it backfires repeatedly, the scene resembles a bank robbery in progress, just one of the many fixes Herbie gets himself into.

As in the prior service films, there's a frenetic finale to cap things off, as Herbie finds himself in the real car creating traffic mayhem behind the wheel in a variety of vehicular near misses. All's well that ends well though, as the adoption of Evie is assured by the nicely matched couple, "Aunt" Sylvia and Bill. Cute as a button, Beverly Simmons nearly steals the show with her Shirley Temple knock off character, and if she had more screen time would have given A&C a real run for the money. Nat Pendelton (The Sarge and The Cop) follows the boys into separation from The Army. All of the original cast members are there, plus a precocious little actress as a French Orphan girl, who steals the show. No accent at all, but she's great. A very tight and involved plot for an A&C "B" film. In order to keep "Evy" in "the states: a married couple with employment must adopt her or she goes back to a French Orphanage. Enter the gorgeous blonde ex-WAC and her race car inventor- hubby. Many funny routines, double-takes and action sequences. Lou is in rare form. Yes, the climax is Costello in one of those famously impossible Universal back-lot car chases like the ones in the 1940's W.C. Fields (and other) movies. He can't drive, so he wreaks havoc and several other things in a midget race car. In the "big race", 12 such midget race cars are involved. Flows wonderfully. Very little to do with The Army after the opening scenes and flashbacks. Did I mention it is extremely funny? Thank you again, TCM! At Gilmore Stadium in Los Angeles. At Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, California. Yes. Herbie (Lou Costello) jumps into a stack of tires. When Sgt. Collins (Nat Pendleton) tries to pull him out, Herbie pops up from another stack of tires. He chomps on a carrot and says, "Eh, what's up, doc?" Yes. Herbie (Lou Costello) uses a blanket and clothespins to make himself a hammock, which he hangs on a clothesline over a fire escape. He falls asleep that night. The next morning a woman (Janna DeLoos) from the opposite building starts to pull in her clothes, not realizing that she's pulling Herbie toward her, too. Herbie doesn't wake up until he's hanging in mid-air.

Things get worse when the woman's husband (William Haade) thinks she is trying to sneak Herbie into the apartment for a tryst. He pulls on the clothesline from one side. Slicker (Bud Abbott), who has come out to investigate, pulls from the other side. Herbie barely makes it out of this predicament alive. d6a2afd33b

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