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The Bowery Boys Collection: Volume Three

4.7 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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This third volume of the complete Bowery Boys film collection carries within it some milestone moments for the series - along with more mirth and malaprops than you can swing a crumpled fedora at! First off, the Boys look back to their roots as the Forties wind down with Angels' Alley, complete with gangsters and fighting priests (and the crime vein continues in the very noir-ey Angels in Disguise). Next we move through the Fifties hitting on all cylinders whether its feuding in the west (Feudin' Fools) or racing to the roar of the crowd (Jalopy) as Huntz Hall moves up to headliner status (Paris Playboys) before bidding a fond farewell to beloved Bernard Gorcey (Louie Dumbrowski) who died suddenly after completing Dig That Uranium. Son Leo (Slip) would depart the series shortly thereafter, leaving Huntz Hall to carry the comedy (and battle the devil in Up In Smoke!) alongside new boy Duke (Stanley Clements). But allow us to regurgitate one salient pint – Slip, Sach, Duke and the boys will be back for another round in volume 4!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Huntz Hall, Bernard Gorcey, Leo Gorcey
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Archive Collection
  • DVD Release Date: October 1, 2013
  • Run Time: 823 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FJYXQCG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,432 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Set #3 brings you 4 more DVDs of great Bowery Boys action.
Included in this set are Angel's Alley, Jinx Money, Angels In Disguise, Feudin' Fools, Jalopy, Paris Playboys, Dig That Uranium, Crashing Las Vegas, Hot Shots, Spook Chasers, Looking For Danger & Up In Smoke.
The prints used have a minimum of scratches and such and look pretty good to me.
Can't wait until volume 4 comes out and I'll have the complete Bowery Boys collection!
For more information about the Bowery Boys, visit BoweryBoys.bobfinnan.com - The Bowery Boys Page.
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Three down...one to go! All three volumes of The Bowery Boys Collection have been winners. Films are clear and well re-mastered.
I am 100% percent pleased with these 3 volumes. Hats off to Standing Ovation for making them available. The copies I received are all pressed copies rather than on demand.
All that remains to be released are 12 remaining movies and the set will be complete!
It would be nice if the final 12 be released before the end of the year.
All of the Bowery Boys volumes released have been a total joy to watch and are indeed a trip down memory lane.
Watching them is like going back to the days when they were on TV and at the movies on Saturday afternoons.
It will make my day when all 48 are available!
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Bowery Boys Great! Volume three was everything I expected and more. Very good audio and video, the quality was just as good as the TV episodes or better. The episodes are always excellent. Looking forward to volume four, I already can say I've enjoyed volumes one, two and three! So to all Bowery Boys fans, let me say this is a must buy! It brings me right back to Sunday mornings when I was a kid.
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I love the Bowery Boys series of movies. Picture and sound quality of this Volume is great. If your a fan of the Bowery Boys like I am, this is a must have for your collection.
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I love watching these films. Especially the way some of the movies got that widescreen look. However I personally think they (the dvd makers) didn't carefully balance out the Stanley Clements films too well to have more of his films in the first 3 volumes as to avoid volume 4 from being Stanley Clements top heavy. As a guess I think they realized this and that's why they are reluctant to release volume 4. Which makes me wonder wasn't the purpose of putting all these films in sporadic order to prevent volume 4 from being nothing but a Stanley Clements set in the first place? You SEE? This is what happens when you think marijuana is harmless. Because people who aren't stoned would have mapped out all 4 volumes more proficiently.
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Once again Warner Archive have out did themselves with this great release. The prints themselves are beautiful. Films released in their Widescreen format are restored, and look amazing! Added bonus: if you order from Warner Archive direct you get pressed discs! Warner's seems to be "sneaking" in the Hall solo films instead of releasing the nine final films in Volume 4. This is fine with me as I enjoy have Sach hold the reins, although losing Gorcey is a major setback. At any rate you either loves these films or not. I LOVE them, and to be able to own these films is a blessing.

August 26th 2014: Today Warners released Volume 4. We now have all 48 Bowery Boys films, and I must say I never thought it would happen. Get your set today and show your support for these films. After all now comes the crusade to get the East Side Kids films released!!
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Great collection of the Bowery Boys. The series was starting to wind down in the late 50's. Sadly Bernard Gorcey { Louie} died in a auto accident after " Dig that Uranium" which really affected his son Leo {Slip Mahoney} He only made one more Bowery Boys feature after that {Crashing Las Vegas} and left the franchise leaving Huntz Hall and Leo's brother David as the only orginal Bowery Boys. Stanley Clements came in as Duke who replaced Leo and instead of Louies Sweat Shop it was Mike Clancy's luncheonette. All in al i really liked this volume and I understand Volume 4 will come out soon.
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This set,the next to last installment of the series,sees us going from Angels Alley(Mar/48) and ending with the next to last film of the entire series Up in Smoke(Dec/57).The set also contains Leo Gorcey's last film Crashing Las Vegas.This and the one before,Dig that Uranium(also included), shows a Gorcey not in the greatest of shape.A bit wobbly at times,and looking like he had had a fortifier or two before the camera rolled.His father's death really hit him hard.
From the early 50s onwards the films change into w/s format,which most folks have never seen,unless they were in a theatre when they were originally shown.The last four films of this set are from the last seven Hall did to end the series and they were done with Stanley Clements.It is not that they were bad,it is just the dynamic we all came to love with Gorcey and the rest of the guys had almost vanished.Hall was now the star and his character became a little more forceful,not the weak clueless we had come to know and love.
The print quality,as like the previous sets,gets better the later the date of release.And like the ones before, Warners has done little to clean them up.What a shame.They could all sparkle if that had been the case.That is why all these sets I have reviewed get a four star instead of a five.
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