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Beat the Band (1947) was a Musical Film directed by John H. Auer and produced by Michael Kraike and Sid Rogell.

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British Path? - Beat the Bandit ( 1961 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 14, 2018 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Talk about the long arm of the law! These crime-fighters know how to handle bag-snatchers in London with their new invention. This 1-minute long 1961 British Path? newsreel entitled Beat the Bandit showcases an amazing security case that literally sprouts arms the moment a bandit takes hold of it...... Read full article

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[Everyone's downstairs listening to Gene Krupa.]
Harold: [to himself] And I still say this music will NEVER be popular.

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Beat The Band opened at the 46th Street Theater on October 14, 1942 and ran for 67 performances.
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