IT’S DUAL UNCLE PETES FOR MORE TV POWER!!!

UNCLE PETE DOES SOME HIGH ROLLIN’ IN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE

Double your pleasure, double your fun.  With two UNCLE PETES, you’ll have twice the…regurgitation! And that’s what you’ll find this week in THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN as we bring you UNCLE PETE in the DARK VAULT and UNCLE PETE in the feature.  It’s the East Side Kids adventure Clancy Street Boys.  Muggs (Leo Gorcey) and his mother get a letter from their Uncle Pete Monahan (Noah Beery), a close friend of Muggs’ late father (played in photograph only by Bernard Gorcey, Leo’s real father).  Seems Pa stretched the truth a little when he told Uncle Pete that there were seven little ones instead of just Muggs.  Uncle Pete, being a generous, genuinely nice guy as real Uncle Pete’s always are, has been sending regular checks to Muggs’ Ma to help take care of the brood.  And now he’s coming to visit.

UNCLE PETE AND THE GANG WATCH MUGGS GET READY FOR SOME BRONC BUSTIN’

So Muggs decides to enlist the gang to play the parts, including Scruno (Sunshine Sammy Morrison) and Glimpy (Huntz Hall) as little Annabelle.  Uncle Pete gets miffed when he finds out the truth, but when some shady characters try to get some cash out of the rich Texan, it’s the gang to the rescue.

This is the first time William Beaudine directed the boys, but not the last as he directrf several more films and much of the Bowery Boys series.  Also featuring Bobby Jordan as Danny, Amelita Ward as Uncle Pete’s daughter Judy and a special appearance by Bernard Gorcey as the owner of a liquor store (which of course he would convert into Louie’s Sweet Shop in the Bowery Boys films).  From 1943 it’s the East Side Kids and Uncle Pete in Clancy Street Boys.

UNCLE PETE AND HIS GOLFING BUDDIES

UNCLE PETE also manages to dig up a whole bunch of trailers of the Dead End/East Side Kids to bring back a memory or two or maybe let you know of a movie you maybe never even heard of, and there’s also a short from the The Three Stooges!  Kirk Robin’s been murdered, Gail Tempest has been charged and Moe, Larry and Curly are the key witnesses.  There’s murder, music and mayhem as they testify in 1938’s Disorder In The Court (the first short where Curly was not spelled Curley!).

MOE, LARRY, AND CURLY ENGAGE IN A ROUSING GAME OF JACKS

So grab your favorite refreshments, your Uncle Pete name tags and settle in this Saturday night, November 14, 2015 on Binghamton’s channel 4 (channel 19 in Sayre/Montrose and channel 99 in Elmira/Corning/Hornell) from 10PM to midnight with replays at midnight and 2AM.  Hopefully the station will finally be on the same time standard as the rest of us and you can join not one, but TWO UNCLE PETES for Clancy Street Boys in the

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~ by UNCLE PETE on November 13, 2015.

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