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Great Guns is a 1941 film directed by Monty Banks, and produced by Sol M. Wurtzel for 20th Century Fox starring Laurel and Hardy. Pampered and sickly young millionaire Dan Forrester (Dick Nelson) joins the army, helped and hindered by his gardener Stan Laurel and his chauffeur Oliver Hardy. While there, he falls in love with a woman, Ginger Hammond (Sheila Ryan), who runs a photography store, but is equally the attraction of Forrester's commanding officer, Sgt. Hippo (Edmund MacDonald). Laurel and Hardy emerge triumphant after some mock war maneuvers.
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