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Crime School (1938) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Lewis Seiler and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner and Bryan Foy.

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Crime School – 1938

By Bogart Fan on Sep 15, 2013 From The Bogie Film Blog

My Review —A Mixed Bag—? Your Bogie Film Fix: ?out of 5 Bogies! Director: ?Lewis Seiler The Lowdown A gang of inner city youths (The ?Dead End? Kids) are sent to a reformatory school that?s in the process of its own reformation when the new Deputy Commissioner of Corrections (Humphrey Bo... Read full article

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Bugs: [seeing Goofy in an ill-fitting suit] What are you all dressed up for?
Goofy: Me and Pops was over to see Mom. She's in the county jail.
Fats: Yeah? What for?
Goofy: Thirty days. Pop's goin' next 'cause he's gonna beat up Mama when she gts out.

Goofy: [telling the judge why his parents are not at the hearing] Me mudder's in jail, and me old man went to get the check. We're on relief!

Morgan: Those guards you fired were valuable men. Whatta you want to replace them with? A crew of schoolteachers?
Mark Braden: Maybe you got things just a little twisted, Morgan. This is a school you're running and not a prison. You're dealing with kids, not hardened criminals!

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The second of seven movies featuring The Dead End Kids.
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