Hit the Ice (film)

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Hit the Ice is a 1943 film about two newspaper photographers who get mixed up with gangsters at a ski resort.

Directed by Charles Lamont. Written by Robert Lees, True Boardman, and Frederic I. Rinaldo.
The Laughs Fall Thick as Snowflakes, as Abbott and Costello Go From Chasing Girls to Chasing Gangsters at a Gay Winter Resort!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Flash Fulton: This bank's been stuck up.
Weejie 'Tubby' McCoy: What've they got to be stuck up for? They're no better than any other bank.

Weejie 'Tubby' McCoy: Hey! Where's the fire?
Mac: In your eyes.

Taglines[edit]

  • IT'S THE Daffiest, Happiest SLEIGH RIDE YOU'VE EVER BEEN TAKEN ON!
  • The Laughs Fall Thick as Snowflakes, as Abbott and Costello Go From Chasing Girls to Chasing Gangsters at a Gay Winter Resort!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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