In the Navy (film)

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In the Navy is a 1941 film about a singer who tires of his career and joins the navy to escape it.

Directed by Arthur Lubin. Written by Arthur T. Horman.

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Dialogue[edit]

Smokey Adams: Did you ever go to school, stupid?
Seaman Pomeroy Watson: Yeah, and I come out the same way.

Taglines[edit]

  • The Navy's All At Sea...With Those Riotous "BUCK PRIVATES"!
  • They'll torpedo your troubles and blitz your blues...with waves of laughter and a barrage of boogie-woogie!
  • You'll Boogie-Woogie to: "We're In The Navy" - "Hula-Ba-Luau" - "Gimme Some Skin"...and sing and sway to other songsations!
  • THE FLEET'S ALL IN...Since Those Riotous "Buck Privates" Abbott and Costello Joined Up!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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