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G. I. DOOD IT

Butcher Rodney Marblehead runs afoul of customer Sergeant Flint, and then receives a draft notice which places him in Flint's platoon. Flint continually winds up on the receiving end of Rodney's bumbling, which includes accidentally dumping glue into the mess hall's soup while on KP duty. Adding to Flint's woes are Rodney's great dane Homer, who misses his master and follows him to the Army camp. Meanwhile, confidential documents are stolen, and the camp's Colonel promises a promotion to whoever can uncover the spy.



A reworking of DIZZY YARDBIRD (1950), using stock footage.

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Featuring
Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
February 17, 1955
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
16.1 min.
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Prod. No.:   4227
Shooting Days:   1 days   From: 1954-08-25

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Re: G.I. DOOD IT
Posted 2001-05-08 17:11:00 by BeAStooge
Inferior remake. Only funny for the stock footage scenes of Besser and Dick Wessel.

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