Live Wires - January 1946 64 minutes|
Slip and Sach are process servers and meet up with the giant gangster Patsy Clark. Bernard Gorcey appears briefly as a small time bookie.
In Fast Company - June 1946 65 minutes
The Red Circle Cab Company is wrecking other cabs, so Slip and the gang take matters into their own hands.
Bowery Bombshell - July 20 1946 65 minutes
While Sach is having his picture taken near a bank, a robbery is committed and Sach becomes the prime suspect
Spook Busters - Aug. 1946 68 minutes
The boys went to school to learn exterminating and have opened shop. Gabrielle Dell is back and plays a mature friend of the boys. Their first assignment is to exterminate ghosts in a spooky mansion.
Mr. Hex - November 1946 63 minutes
Sach takes on superhuman strength when put into a trance by a magician
Hard Boiled Mahoney - April 1947 63 minutes
Slip and Sach go to a detective's office to collect salary earned there by Sach. A woman mistakes them for sleuths and hires them to find a missing woman
News Hounds - Aug. 1947 68 minutes
Slip and Sach work for the Daily Chronicle. They try to find evidence about underworld fixing of sports events.
Bowery Buckaroos - November 1947 66 minutes
Sach can't understand why Louie gets nervous when a western sheriff comes looking for Louie The Lout. Louie then tells the boys he is Louie The Lout, who 20 years earlier had left the west to escape a murder charge. The boys set out to clear Louie.
Angels' Alley - March 1948 67 minutes
Slip hopes his cousin ex-convict Jimmy will be a good addition to the family but trouble ensues.
Jinx Money - June 1948 68 minutes
A gambler wins $50,000 and turns up dead. Slip and Sach find the money in the gutter and all types of trouble begins.
Smugglers' Cove - October 1948 66 minutes
While Slip and Sach are working as janitors, Slip accepts a telegram informing him that Terrance Mahoney Esquire has inherited an old estate. Confusing himself for that person, Slip takes the boys to the Long Island mansion where a smuggling ring is in operation.
Trouble Makers - December 1948 69 minutes
While looking through a telescope, the boys witness a murder. Gabe plays a Police Officer.
Fighting Fools - April 1949 69 minutes
Slip convinces Louie to loan him the sweetshop loft to train a fighter whose younger brother was killed in a fixed fight.
Hold That Baby! - June 1949 64 minutes
The boys are operators of a laundromat and find a baby in the linen.
Angels In Disguise - September 1949 63 minutes
The boys aid the Police to capture the gangster that shot their friend Gabe the cop.
Master Minds - November 1949 64 minutes
Sach's toothache gives him psychic abilities.
Blonde Dynamite - February 1950 66 minutes
The boys turn Louie's sweetshop into an escort service.
Lucky Losers - May 14 1950 69 minutes
Slip and Sach work in a Wall Street brokerage firm when their boss allegedly commits suicide. The boys tangle with gamblers and gangsters.
Triple Trouble - Aug. 1950 66 minutes
While coming home from a masquerade party at midnight, the boys try to stop a warehouse robbery and are themselves accused by the police of robbing it.
Blues Busters - October 1950 67 minutes
Sach's tonsillectomy leaves him with a good singing voice ("The Bowery Thrush") and Louie's Sweetshop is converted into the Bowery Palace Nightclub.
Bowery Battalion - January 1951 69 minutes
The Boys are privates in the Army who are assigned to guard Louie, who is being used to bait spies. Louie is kidnapped under their noses, but the boys get on his trail and round up the spies.
Ghost Chasers - April 1951 69 minutes
Slip becomes interested in communication with spirits when a spiritualist moves into his neighborhood and fleeces old woman of their money. Slip and the boys go out to expose this fake
Let's Go Navy! - July 1951 68 minutes
$1600 raised in the Bowery for charity and entrusted to the boys is stolen by two men in sailor suits. To vindicate themselves, the boys join the Navy to find the crooks.
Crazy Over Horses - November 1951 65 minutes
Louie is mad when the boys bring him a horse as repayment of a debt owed by stable owner Flynn. But Slip thinks the horse, 'My Girl', is a thoroughbred. The former owners of the horse, a bunch of gangsters want the horse back!
Hold That Line - March 1952 - 64 minutes
The boys are sent to Ivy University by two trustees to see what effect the boys will have on the student body. Sach develops a vitamin mixture that turns him into a star athlete
Here Comes The Marines - June 1952 66 minutes
Slip is drafted into the Marines and the other boys get their notices soon after. On his first day Sach impersonates a cook and almost kills a Colonel. The boys get involved without a deadly gang of gamblers who are preying on other Marines.
Feudin' Fools - September 1952 63 minutes
Sach inherits a farm in Hogliver Hollow, Kentucky. On their first day in the country the boys learn that the 'Jones' family is mortal enemies with their neighbor 'The Smiths'. Bank robbers end up at the Jones Ranch and the fun begins.
No Holds Barred - November 1952 65 minutes
Sach's cranium hardens bizarrely so that it can withstand any pain. Slip enters him into wrestling matches but the power begins to move to other parts of his body like his elbow, finger etc.
Jalopy - February 1953 62 minutes
Slip enters the boys jalopy in an auto race hoping to pay off Louies bills but comes in last. Sach develops a super fuel and the competition will do everything to get the formula
Loose In London - May 1953 62 minutes
Lawyers determine that Sach is a relative of a rich dying British Earl. The boys head to jolly old London and end up rescuing the Earl from the other relatives who want him dead.
Clipped Wings - Aug. 1953 65 minutes
Slip and Sach go to the Air Force headquarters to visit their pal Dave Moreno who is being held for treason. The boys end up in the Air Force and help uncover spies.
Private Eyes - December 1953 64 minutes
After being punched in the nose by 10 year old Herbie, Sach develops mind reading capabilities. The boys open up a detective agency and their first case involves a beautiful blonde and of course, gangsters.
Paris Playboys - March 1954 65 minutes
French Professors mistake Sach for a missing world renowned French scientist who is developing a secret fuel formula, Professor Le Beau. The boys agree to allow Sach to impersonate Le Beau. They head to Paris to assist the Professors in locating the missing Professor only once again to get involved with spies who want the secret formula.
The Bowery Boys Meet The Monsters - June 1954 65 minutes
Slip and Sach think the empty lot owned by the Graves family would be ideal for the neighborhood kids to play baseball. They head to the spooky mansion to talk to the Graves only to get involved with mad scientists, monsters, robots, vampires and man eating trees.
Jungle Gents - September 1954 64 minutes
Sach has the ability to smell diamonds because of his sinus medicine. The boys go to Africa to locate diamonds and get mixed up with criminals and cannibals. Sach falls in love with 'Jane' only to eventually meet 'Tarzan'.
Bowery To Bagdad - January 1955 64 minutes
The story of Aladdin's lamp begins in the Middle Ages where the lamp is stolen. Hundreds of years later it ends up in the Bowery and in the hands of the boys.
High Society - April 1955 61 minutes
While Slip and Sach are working in an auto garage, Sach is told that he is the heir to the fortune of the late Terwillinger Debussey Jones. Sach is invited to the mansion for a weekend of paper signing only to learn that the real heir is a 10 year old boy, Terwillinger III. The boys help the righful young heir fight against his scheming cousins for control of his fortune.
Spy Chasers - July 1955 61 minutes
Slip, Sach and the boys come to the aid of Princess Ann of Truania and her Father, the exiled King. The King ask ex-Truanina Louie to hide a secret half-coin until the time is right for the return of the exiled King. Slip and Sach distrust the Kings right hand man, Colonel Baxis, who is plotting against the King.
Jail Busters - September 1955 61 minutes
After newspaper employee Chuck suffers a beating while undercover in prison, the boys decide to enter prison to find the culprits.
Dig That Uranium - January 1956 62 minutes
The boys discover that the Uranium mine that they talked Louie into buying isn't filled with riches but instead find themselves fighting with outlaws.
Crashing Las Vegas - April 1956 62 minutes
Sach is able to predict numbers after receiving an electric shock. The boys head to Las Vegas after he wins a hotel stay on a game show. Gangsters blackmail Sach to give them all his winnings. This is the last film with Leo Gorcey.
Fighting Trouble - September 1956 61 minutes
The first film with Duke (Stanley Clements). Sach and Duke attempt to photograph notorious gangster Frankie Arbo for the New York Morning Blade and they succeed. But Sach exposes the negative. They continue to try and get the picture by infiltrating the gangsters gang.
Hot Shots - December 1956 61 minutes
Sach and Duke acquaint themselves with television executives after an 8 year old Joey Monroe, the TV star steals the boys car. Sach and Duke are hired to baby sit the star and find out that the stars Uncle is stealing money.
Hold That Hypnotist - February 1957 61 minutes
The boys want to expose hypnotist Dr. Noble as a quack. He has already taken Mrs. Kelly’s money. Sach is hypnotized and learns in his past life that he hid a treasure.
Spook Chasers - June 1957 62 minutes
The boys go with Cafe owner Mike Clancey to a mountain house that he bought to help him rest his nerves. Sach discovers a fortune hidden away. Gangsters want their money back.
Looking For Danger - October 1957 62 minutes
Duke tells an officer of the War Department how he lost a pot during World War II. Disguised as Nazi officers, the boys battle the Nazis.
Up In Smoke - December 1957 - 61 minutes
Sach sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for horseracing tips. The gangsters want the tips.
In The Money - February 1958 - 61 minutes
Sach is hired to cross the Atlantic as the escort of a pedigree poodle. Unknown to the boys, the poodle is carrying a fortune in gems and is pursued by Scotland yard and gangsters.