As Martin bursts into song, Lewis struggles to understand the workings of a Coke machine, successfully creating a character pattern for future Lewis & Martin movies. Lewis is spectacular singing "The Navy Gets The Gravy But The Army Gets The Beans," and is at his slapstick best in this musical comedy set in a WWII army training camp.
Lewis is a hopeless private and Martin an overbearing First Sergeant - the two were raised in the same neighborhood before enlisting, and now they find themselves dealing with a loudmouth drill instructor, a sly supply sergeant, a hen-pecked company commander, and a battalion of other zany military characters.
Black and White. 93 minutes.
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First Published: 1950
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