Fighting Trouble (1956)

Director
George Blair

Main cast
Huntz Hall; Stanley Clements; Adele Jergens; Queenie Smith; Thomas Browne Henry

Genres
Comedy

Description
An overambitious shutterbug almost gets his lights put out permanently when he decides to snap a picture of a mob boss.


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