The Marines Come Thru/War Dogs [DVD]

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Pride of the Army
In this patriotic film, a good-hearted boy donates his best friend to the Dogs for Defense, an government organization that trained household dogs for the military during WW II. Following training, the canine recruit is assigned to keep a defense plant safe from saboteurs. Coincidentally, the boy's boozy father also works at the plant. The father redeems himself, and the dog becomes a hero when they team up to stop the enemy from blowing up the factory. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

The Marines Come Through
Filmed on location in Florida (you can even see the mosquitoes!), The Marines Come Through stars Wallace Ford and Grant Withers as a pair of overaged leathernecks. Ostensibly stationed in the South Seas, Ford and Withers battle over the affections of the fetching Toby Wing. They also foil the plans hatched by espionage agents to steal a revolutionary new bombsight. The direction is in the hands of Louis Gasnier, the man responsible for the immortal Reefer Madness. Throughout its 61 minutes, The Marines Come Through has a mildewed quality, looking as though it was filmed several years before its 1943 release date...which indeed it was. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Addison Richards
    Addison Richards - Freeman
  • Kay Linaker
    Kay Linaker - Joan
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    Bradley Page - Judge
  • Herbert Rawlinson
    Herbert Rawlinson - Titus
  • Bryant Washburn
    Bryant Washburn - Colonel
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