Eddie Haskins, a wisecracking young man, teams up with two ham-acrobats known as 'Bugs & Sunny', and ,when they are all kicked out of a vaudeville theater in California, they enlist in the U. S. Cavalry. Eddie falls in love with Dorothy Clark, the daughter of a sergeant and, following a moonlight tryst, they are discovered by Sergeant Hank Darby who himself is in love with Dorothy. They have a fist-fight in which Eddie comes out second best. When Darby is reprimanded for fighting with an enlisted man, the troopers incorrectly think that Eddie squealed on him, and they punish him with a conspiracy of silence. Dorothy also rejects him. Eddie has a problem. Maybe a fire will break out in the stables and he can rescue Sergeant Darby.
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Story by Arthur Guy Empey, soldier-author of "Over the Top." "The First Call" and "A Hell of a War." (original ad)
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This film received its earliest documented telecasts in San Francisco Wednesday 27 August 1952 on KRON (Channel 4) and in Cleveland, Ohio Wednesday 17 September 1952 on WXEL (Channel 9). See more
As Long As You Love Me
Words and Music by George Waggner
and Abner Silver See more