Dead End Kids -- East Side Kids -- Bowery Boys
From 1937 through the 1958 this comedy troupe of lovable New York street kids entertained America in over 91 films and serials. Starring Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall and Bobby Jordan as the comedy team centerpiece, the gang also played opposite stars including Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and Boris Karloff.
The stories centered around a gang of street kids who turn away from a life of crime towards positive alternatives that include boxing, friendship and family ties. The great mix of comedy, hardboiled action, and positive messages make these classics to be remembered.
Through the years they changed their name from the Dead End Kids, to The East Side Kids and finally to The Bowery Boys. Hugely popular during their initial run, they entertained even more generations through the 1960s and 1970s as re-runs on television. Today, their humor, hijinx and comedic street tough adventures continue to find new fans.
- Bowery Blitzkrieg
- Boys of the City
- Clancy Street Boys
- Flying Wild
- Ghosts on the Loose
- Junior G-Men of the Air Volume 1 Chapter 1 - 6
- Junior G-Men of the Air Volume 2 Chapter 7 - 12
- Junior G-Men Volume 1 Chapter 1 - 6
- Junior G-Men Volume 2 Chapter 7 - 12
- Kid Dynamite
- Let's Get Tough!
- Little Tough Guys
- Million Dollar Kid
- Mr. Wise Guy
- Neath Brooklyn Bridge
- Pride of the Bowery
- Sea Raiders Volume 1 Chapter 1 - 6
- Sea Raiders Volume 2 Chapter 7 - 12
- Smart Alecks
- Spooks Run Wild
- That Gang of Mine
- The East Side Kids
- They Made Me a Criminal starring John Garfield