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.
THE FLEET'S ALL IN...Since Those Riotous "Buck Privates" Abbott and Costello Joined Up!  (taglines)

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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