|Genres||Comedy Crime Drama|
|Writers||Bert Lawrence (additional dialogue) (uncredited)
Charles R. Marion (screenplay)
Gerald Schnitzer (screenplay)
|Cast||Leo Gorcey Huntz Hall Gabriel Dell Mickey Knox Jean Dean William 'Billy' Benedict David Gorcey Benny Bartlett Bernard Gorcey Richard Benedict Joe Turkel Pepe Hern Edward Ryan Ray Walker Rory Mallinson Marie Blake William Forrest Don C. Harvey Herbert Patterson Roy Gordon|
|Plot||Slip ('Leo Gorcey' (qv)) narrates that he and Sach ('Huntz Hall' (qv)) were copy boys on the 'Daily Chronicle" when their police-detective friend, Gabe Moreno ('Gabriel Dell(I)')was shot during a holdup by The Loop Gang, and another officer killed. During their investigation, Slip accidentally wins the respect of gangster "Angles" ('Mickey Knox' (qv)) when he gets out of a prearranged police pickup. The Loop Gang pull another robbery and mobster Bertie Spangler ('Pepe Hern' (qv)) for bungling a job. Slip then realizes that "Angles" and his mob are responsible for the crime wave. Through "Angles" and "Miami" ('Richard Benedict'), Slip and Sach meet Carver ('Edward Ryan (I)' (qv)), real leader of the gang, and his vampish girl friend Vickie ('Jean Dean')who immediately "goes for" Slip. His pals Butch ('Benny Bartlett' (qv)), Chuck ('David Gorcey' (qv) and "Whitey ('William 'Billy' Benedict' (qv)) dress like gangsters and convince Carver they are mobsters, and malt-shop owner Louie 'Bernard Gorcey' (qv))pretends he is their contact man. The Bowery Boys then set out to bring the gang to justice.... search for Angels in Disguise on IMDb|
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