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Old Movies on DVD > East Side Kids and the Bowery Boys

Hardboiled Hi-Jinx and Wise-Guy Antics
Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall lead
America's favorite Street Gang!

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.

They may have been over-shadowed by comedy greats from the same era like Abbott and Costello or caught between the adorable Little Rascals and the zany antics of the Marx Brothers but once you give them a chance, you'll quickly see why they held America's attention for 20 years!

Now being re-released on affordable DVDs, most movies are only $6.95 each. We can once again enjoy the antics of Muggs Maloney, Bobby, Glimpy, Slip, Sach Jones and the gang!

Satisfaction Guaranteed! We'd like you to try this great series. Order any East Side Kids DVD and give it a try. If you don't enjoy it, send it back for a full refund.


Million Dollar Kid
by East Side Kids

When the East Side Kids foil the mugging of a prominent citizen, skeletons emerge from the closet. They eventually begin to suspect that the man's own son was one of the muggers. After getting to know the millionaire, the gang realizes that he's still mourning the loss of an older son who died in the war and would be crushed if he found out that his younger son was a criminal. The gang sets out to reform the boy with surprising results.

Clancy Street Boys
by East Side Kids

Muggs has just turned 18 and learns that his rich and generous Uncle Pete is coming in from Texas to visit. Pete, who has been supporting the family, believes that Muggs has five brothers and a sister! Muggs volunteers the gang to be the make-believe siblings, with Glimpy playing his sis Annabelle.

The East Side Kids
by East Side Kids

In the film that spawned the series, a trouble-making street gang tries to save an innocent man from being executed.

That Gang of Mine
by East Side Kids

The East Side Kids go to the races! Mugs Maloney dreams of being a jockey. When an elderly thoroughbred owner agrees to train him on the condition that the gang comes up with the entry fee to a big race, Mugs agrees and the boys hit the streets for the dough.