Bowery to Bagdad

Bowery to Bagdad

Movie: Bowery to Bagdad
Director: Edward Bernds
Produced by: Allied Artists
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It’s the Bowery Boys again, in their 35th feature film. Sach buys a battered oil lamp, which turns out to have belonged to Aladdin some 2000 years earlier. Out pops a genial genie, who grants every wish of Sach and his pal Slip. Gangsters steal the lamp, but discover that the genie won’t grant any wishes unless Slip and Sach tell him to, so the baddies snatch Our Heroes as well. The boys escape by insisting that the genie take them home. He does–to his home, ancient Baghdad. Slip and Sach barely escape the scimitar of the angry Caliph, they return to the Bowery minus the genie but with their heads intact. In typical Bowery Boys fare, this entry is pepped up by the appearance of veteran comic actor Eric Blore in his final screen appearance.

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