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World War II vet Gus Brubaker, redrafted through a clerical error, arrives on a dead-end Japanese island and decides to liven things up by building a hotel and using the island girls as the staff. Don Knotts appears as Sgt. Percy Warren. Presented in beautiful 16:9 widescreen format.
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I wanted to see this again after I saw it one time on the Late, Late show as a kid....
Well I grew up and this slow pacing really disappointed me. Read more
ordered it for a chirstmas gift becasue he likes Ernie Kovac and his movies from way back. I like that you keep old movies for people to find and buy.Published 15 months ago by Valerie Henson
Loved Ernie Kovacs, he is so much fun in film! Started kind of slow but ends very well. I will watch it again and recommend it to any Kovacs fan. If you're not a fan, you will be.Published 18 months ago by Michael J. Thorp
After spending a year stationed in Europe at a base we lovingly called Alcatraz with a runway, I came back and saw this movie by pure accident. Best accident I ever had and saw. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Alan Heath
Mustered out in 1946, an ex-tail gunner and POW who owns a Jersey city tavern and country hotel applies for GI insurance at the last possible moment in 1953, and gets caught up in... Read morePublished 21 months ago by C. Andrews
Refreshing. Reminds me of the old ways in the military. Funny to see how they use to get things done with no funds.Published 22 months ago by Jacky McCarty
Ernie Kovacs adapted to the television medium with a style unique to other comedians. Remember the Alka seltzer commercial where the guy is having a bad day and the water pours... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Beowolf Jones
yes, this is a light hearted look at what happens when the paper pushing file must be completed people are in charge in the 20th century. Read morePublished on August 25, 2013 by Mary Anne Richards