Warner Archive on Tuesday released a set
of films starring the 1940's comedy team of Wally Brown and Alan Carney.
The set includes The Adventures of a Rookie (1943), Rookies in Burma (1943), Girl Rush (1944), and Genius at Work (1946).
Brown & Carney, who were RKO's answer to Abbott & Costello, rank among the most obscure comedy teams from that period. Their films haven't gotten a lot of love on home video, and are rarely broadcast. Maybe there's a reason; the IMDB ratings for these films leave a lot to be desired.
This blog post from 2010 paints the duo in a more positive light: http://petekellysblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/wally-brown-and-alan-carney-b-movie.html
I haven't seen any of their films. Is anyone here a fan of this team?