Here Come the Co-eds

Synopsis: Two bumblers become caretakers at an all-girls college. During their misadventures, the duo raise money to free the school from its traditionally-minded landlord.
Genre: Comedy, Music, Musical
Director(s): Jean Yarbrough
Production: Universal
90 min

- Stealing this little fellow's wife!

- Madam, madam!


are you "destructful. "

- Who was she?

- That must be that crazy guy's wife.

- Ah-ha!

- That's him.


Hey! What happened here?

Now, if you say, "Ah-ah,"

I'll knock you down again.

Hey, wait a minute.

You hit the boss.

Let's get out of here.

Come on, come on.

All right, break it up.

Break it up here.

- Wait a minute, we'll take this car.

- It don't belong to us.

What's the difference?

Get in there. Go ahead.

Go ahead, go ahead, go ahead.

Start it up.

Hey, come back with that car!

Boy, I'm glad

we got out of that jam.

I hope we can get this car back

before people miss it.


Calling cars 11, 12, 14 and 15.

Cars 11, 12, 14 and 15.

Be on the lookout for car 13.

It has just been stolen.

- Mmm.

- How do you like that?

Somebody stole a police car.

I feel sorry for that chump.

Here is a description

of the men who stole the police car:

Number one... medium height,

slender, blue eyes;

number two...

short, fat and stupid.

- A couple of chumps.

- Yeah, we don't know 'em.

Blow your horn

and get around that taxicab.

Uh-oh, must be a fire.

- Fire?

- The siren's on. Somebody's coming I guess.

- Come on.

- I don't see any fire.

- I pulled over a little bit anyway.

- Well, all right.

Get around that taxicab,

will you, please?

Here comes

the fire department again.

Wait a minute. You're the one

that stole the police car.



- I stole a police car?

- This is a police car.

- This is? See you later.

- You're going to drive this car!

Now drive it back.

The police will understand.

You sure the cops

are gonna understand?

- They'll understand.

- Then you drive it.

- I... come here.

- Quit it!

- Drive the car. Go on, drive the car.

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