Two lunkheads hiding from a cop run in a restaurant to hide and are mistaken for a chef and a waiter sent by an employment agency to replace the restaurant's striking help.

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Two lunkheads hiding from a cop run in a restaurant to hide and are mistaken for a chef and a waiter sent by an employment agency to replace the restaurant's striking help.

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6 July 1930 (USA)  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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1.20 : 1
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1 February 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Bad sound, poor script and Al St. John making faces: what less could you ask for? St. John and Jimmy Aubrey waste their time dropping dishes in a restaurant with two patrons, one boss and a floor show of eight. There's singing, but the sound makes it impossible to follow. There's dancing, but it isn't terribly well choreographed. And, as said before, there's Al St. John, who can take a fall, but that's the limit of his talents. Give it a miss.


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