Air Raid Wardens (1943)

Director
Edward Sedgwick

Main cast
Stan Laurel; Oliver Hardy; Edgar Kennedy; Jacqueline White; Stephen McNally

Genres
Comedy, Family

Description
Two bumblers, failures as businessmen and air raid wardens, stumble across a nest of Nazi saboteurs bent on blowing up the local magnesium plant.


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