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Oh, Yeah? (1929)

Passed  |   |  Comedy, Drama  |  19 October 1929 (USA)
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A couple of roving vagabonds hitch a freight to the railroad town of Linda, and between bouts with the fright-yard bulls and other drifters, find romance in the persons of two waitresses at... See full summary »

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Robert Armstrong ...
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Budd Fine ...
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A couple of roving vagabonds hitch a freight to the railroad town of Linda, and between bouts with the fright-yard bulls and other drifters, find romance in the persons of two waitresses at the camp restaurant. American-slang rules the dialogue to the point non-USA viewers need a slang-glossary to follow the dialogue. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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One for all us railroad buffs!
20 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

I thoroughly agree with the May 14 reviewer, but why allot the movie only four points? I think this film deserves at least a seven. In fact, I would have allotted it an eight, if it were not for some of the old- hat, speeded-up defects, plus the obvious use of stock footage that the previous reviewer rightly objected to. On the other hand, I didn't think the reviewer called enough attention to the movie's good points, particularly the great performance delivered by Patricia Caron. She had an extremely difficult role, but nonetheless she managed to make the character wholly convincing, despite the fact that both the director and the film editor were seemingly in love with her as they keep repeating slight variations of her smiling face an inordinate number of times, both in season and out. Despite this over-attentiveness, Miss Caron delivered her role with such expertise that in early scene she actually brought tears to my eyes! Available on a quite watchable Alpha DVD.


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