Kid Dynamite (1943)

Director
Wallace Fox

Main cast
Leo Gorcey; Huntz Hall; Bobby Jordan; Gabriel Dell; Pamela Blake

Genres
Comedy

Description
The East Side boxing champion Mugs (Leo Gorcey) answers a challenge to a fight against the West Side champ but just before the match he is kidnapped. His friend Danny Lyons (Bobby Jordan) takes his place and wins the fight, only to have Mugs believe that Danny was responsible for his kidnapping.


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