Three rare classic movies starring William Bendix - (Life of Riley)

Brooklyn Orchid (1942) Starring William Bendix, Joe Sawyer. Taxicab company owners Tim McGuerin and Eddie Corbett rescue Lucy Gibbs from a suicide attempt and she insists on placing her life and destiny in the hands of her two rescuers. From there, the two men try to keep their guardianship of the blonde young rescuee from Tim's socially ambitious wife, Sadie McGuerin, and Eddie's fiancée Mabel Cooney.

Two Knights in Brooklyn (1949) Starring William Bendix, Joe Sawyer. This film is a 1949 compilation from two films in the "McGuerin" streamliners series made by Hal Roach in 1942; "The McGuerins from Brooklyn" and "Taxi, Mister" which accounts for players Lew Kelly, Clyde Fillmore and Tyler Brooke being in a 1949 movie. The film opens with a clip from "The McGuerins From Brooklyn" in which Tim McGuerin and Eddie Corbett are being honored for growing their cab fleet from one in 1928 to a current 300. Lucy Gibbs asks Corbett how they got to this point, and his explanation is a flashback to an edited version of "Taxi, Mister.”

The McGuerins from Brooklyn (1942) Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley. A cab driver from Brooklyn working overtime to start a taxi service falls in love with a burlesque dancing beauty and gets in trouble with a mobster who has his eyes on her.


The Life of Riley (1949) A factory worker's family is thrown into an uproar when his teenage
daughter starts to date his boss' son.

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