This third volume of the complete Bowery Boys film collection carries within it some milestone moments for the series - along with more mirth and malaprops than you can swing a crumpled fedora at! First off, the Boys look back to their roots as the Forties wind down with Angels Alley, complete with gangsters and fighting priests (and the crime vein continues in the very noir-ey Angels in Disguise). Next we move through the Fifties hitting on all cylinders whether its feuding in the west (Feudin Fools) or racing to the roar of the crowd (Jalopy) as Huntz Hall moves up to headliner status (Paris Playboys) before bidding a fond farewell to beloved Bernard Gorcey (Louie Dumbrowski) who died suddenly after completing Dig That Uranium. Son Leo (Slip) would depart the series shortly thereafter, leaving Huntz Hall to carry the comedy (and battle the devil in Up In Smoke!) alongside new boy Duke (Stanley Clements). But allow us to regurgitate one salient pint Slip, Sach, Duke and the boys will be back for another round in volume 4!