Hypnosis turns tomato-can Sach (Huntz Hall) into a boxing champ in "Mr. Hex" (1946). Slip (Leo Gorcey) and Sach get wrapped up in a hotel murder in "Trouble Makers" (1948). The Boys are in "Triple Trouble" (1950) when they're made fall guys for a warehouse robbery. The gang joins the Army and goes after spies in "Bowery Battalion" (1951). What's worse than getting drafted? Having Sach made your D.I. in "Here Come the Marines" (1952). The Boys go to Africa to cash in on Sach's diamond-sniffing prowess in "Jungle Gents" (1954). The gang stumbles on an antique lamp, genie and all, in "Bowery to Bagdad" (1955). The Boys become "Spy Chasers" (1955) to help a royal family in exile. The guys go to prison to expose a corrupt warden in "Jail Busters" (1955). A paper hires camera bug Sach for an exposé in "Fighting Trouble" (1956). A mesmerist has Sach remembering a past life─and a buried treasure─in "Hold That Hypnotist" (1957). Dogsitter Sach doesn't know he's covering for diamond smugglers in the last series entry, "In the Money" (1958). 12 3/4 hrs. on four discs. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.