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Keep 'Em Flying (1941) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Arthur Lubin and produced by Glenn Tryon.

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Blackie Benson: No, you don't want to drink. Remember, every time you go into a barroom, the Devil goes in with you.
Heathcliff: If he does, he buys his own drink.

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The original trailer was actually a one-reel recruitment short, running about nine minutes, for the Army Air Corps which included clips from this film.
"Pig Foot Pete", performed by Martha Raye in the film, was a 1942 Academy Award nominee for Best Song. However, on the ballots the song was attributed to Hellzapoppin', though it never appeared in that film. The Academy has no record of how the error occurred.
For the torpedo chase, Lou Costello did his shots in front a a rear projection screen. For the long shots it's Pat Costello, Lou's brother, doubling him.
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