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A Slight Case of Larceny (5-Jun-1953)

Director: Don Weis

Writers: Jerry Davis; James Poe

Musical Direction: Alberto Colombo

Producer: Henry Berman

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

Two navy buddies who fought in the South Pacific together open a petrol station, and a short time later a larger company situates a station across the street. A price war ensues as the partners discover they can siphon gas from a major conduit underground. They find it difficult to stop siphoning once the price war has ended, and perhaps unwisely, even go into the supply business.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Bracken
Actor
7-Feb-1915 14-Nov-2002 Hail the Conquering Hero
Douglas Fowley
Actor
30-May-1911 21-May-1998 Doc Holliday on TV's Wyatt Earp
Charles Halton
Actor
16-Mar-1876 16-Apr-1959 Bespectacled character actor
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Elaine Stewart
Actor
31-May-1930 27-Jun-2011 Brigadoon

CAST

Starring
Mickey Rooney   ...   Augustus "Geechy" Cheevers
Eddie Bracken   ...   Frederick Winthrop Clopp
With
Elaine Stewart   ...   Beverly Ambridge
Marilyn Erskine   ...   Emily Clopp
Douglas Fowley   ...   Mr. White
Robert Burton   ...   Police Captain
Charles Halton   ...   Willard Maibrunn
Henry Slate   ...   Motor Cop
Rudy Lee   ...   Tommy Clopp
Mimi Gibson   ...   Mary Ellen Clopp

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