When his base is threatened with a shutdown, the scamming and scheming army sergeant must devise his best con ever to save his perpetual gravy train. Based on the classic TV series.
Steve Martin stars in this feature film adaptation of the classic television character. Martin is the inexplicable, the incorrigible. The invincible Sgt. Ernie Bilko, leader of a ragtag group of the sorriest soldiers ever to enlist in the armed forces.
A gag in the very first shot, Nebraska-born Harold Lloyd as 'The Boy' appearing doomed when he's only waiting for a train, introduction of 'The Girl' (Mildred Davis) and framing the story, opening the hit Hal Roach comedy Safety Last!, 1923.
Early scenes, Harold Lloyd ('The Boy') with Mildred Davis ('The Girl'), then interrupted by 'The Rival' (Charles Stevenson), in Lloyd's second feature, Grandma's Boy, 1922.
With its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to the comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd.
Sgt. Bilko's gambling sidelines are threatened by the arrival of a vengeful nemesis. Based on the TV series.
Hoping not to get caught sneaking back into work late at the department store, 'the boy' (Harold Lloyd) resorts to an improbable disguise in Safety Last!, 1923.
Trailer for Sgt. Bilko.
The Army is known for churning out lean, mean fighting machines intent on protecting our great nation. But at Fort Baxter, there's one unit that can't even form a straight line... Steve Martin stars with Dan Aykroyd and Phil Hartman in an outrageous comedy from Imagine Entertainment. Martin is the inexplicable, the incorrigible, the invincible Sgt. Ernie Bilko, leader of a ragtag group of the sorriest soldiers ever to enlist in the armed forces. Instead of training his troops for battle, he passes on his legacy of gambling and shunning responsibility. Times get tough, however, when the base is threatened with a shutdown and a by-the-book adversary, Major Thorn (Hartman), is intent on taking Bilko's reputation down with it. Now, all bets are on Bilko to drum up his biggest scheme yet to save Fort Baxter... and clear his name!
True story of a 15-year-old boy known as "The Woo Woo Kid", who, in 1944, found himself in trouble when he became romantically involved with two older women.
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