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The Age of Comedy - The Bowery Boys 1947 aka The East Side Kids. I watched the reruns with my Dad in the 60s 70s. it was a GREAT SHOW, wish they would run these again!!! SERIOUSLY!!! More

The Bowery Boys Audio History Tour The Bowery Boys first-ever walking tour is now for sale! Learn all about the amazing history of Washington Square Park and the surrounding area. You can buy it on iTunes, Amazon, or at the link below on CDBaby:


Anyone remembers the Bowery boys?

Growing up in the I laughed at their comedy and wild antics. The duo of Gorcey and Hall was in my top ten comedy shows. A look at how they started and why their legacy lives on.


– A BUSY DAY IN NEW YORK HARBOR – 1930s…The spectacular sight of 358,274 tons of shipping docked in New York Harbour. From front to back, the liners are the Hamburg, the Bremen, the Columbus, the De Grasse, the Normandie, the Britannic, the Aquitania, the Conte de Savoia, the Fort Townsend and the Monarch of Bermuda.


The Dead End Kids-The Dead End Kids were a group of young actors from New York who appeared in Sidney Kingsley's Broadway play Dead End in 1935. In 1937 producer Samuel Goldwyn brought all of them to Hollywood and turned the play into a film. They proved to be so popular that they continued to make movies under various monikers, including the Little Tough Guys, the East Side Kids, and the Bowery Boys, until 1958.


07.07,1857 Dead Rabbit Riot testimony 4 & 5. "a feud existed between ("Dead Rabbis") and the Bowery Boys."

"The Dead End Kids", who later became "The Bowery Boys". I loved watching their movies on TV back in the 50s. (Leo Gorcey as Terrence Aloysius "Slip" Mahoney & Huntz Hall as Horace Debussy "Sach" Jones)

New York At Its Core: MCNY's Past, Present and Future of the city - The Bowery Boys: New...