|Hold That Hypnotist|
|Directed by||Austin Jewell|
|Produced by||Ben Schwalb|
|Written by||Dan Pepper|
|Music by||Marlin Skiles|
|Edited by||George White|
|Distributed by||Allied Artists Pictures|
Hold That Hypnotist is a 1957 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on March 10, 1957 by Allied Artists and is the forty-fourth film in the series.
The Bowery Boys' landlady Mrs. Kelly believes in a theory proposed by Dr. Simon Noble that through hypnosis, one can regress into a former life, or lives, from the past. Sach is hypnotized and recounts stories from several past lives. Evidently Sach once lived as Algy Winkle, an English tax collector in Charleston, South Carolina. Winkle managed to get a map from the famous pirate Captain Blackbeard leading to buried treasure, which becomes the focal point of the story.
The Bowery Boys
- Huntz Hall as Horace Debussy 'Sach' Jones/Algy Winkle
- Stanley Clements as Stanislaus 'Duke' Covelske/Bartender
- David Gorcey as Charles 'Chuck' Anderson/Customer (Credited as David Condon)
- Jimmy Murphy as Myron/Customer
- Queenie Smith as Mrs. Kate Kelly
- Jane Nigh as Cleo Daniels/Wench
- Robert Foulk as Dr. Simon Noble
- James Flavin as Jake Morgan
- Murray Alper as Gail
- Dick Elliott as Clerk
- Mel Welles as Blackbeard
- Last appearance of Mrs. Kelly.
- In Sach's Algy Winkle flashback, Duke appears as a bartender at a pub, while Chuck and Myron are customers at the pub, and Cleo Daniels as a waitress.
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