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The Medicine Man (1933)

Passed | | Comedy
A drunken toff is mistaken for a doctor and is used by the police in a number of cases. Surprisingly, the drunken antics raise a few laughs.

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Hon. Freddie Wiltshire
Frank Pettingell ...
Amos Wells
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Gwendoline Wells
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Joe Garbel
Jeanne Stuart ...
Flossie
Viola Compton ...
Mrs. Wells
Drusilla Wills ...
Boadicea Briggs
Ronald Simpson ...
Dr. Wesley Primus
Victor Stanley ...
Bitoff
Betty Astell ...
Patient
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Police Inspector
Andreas Malandrinos ...
Hotel manager
William Home
Syd Crossley ...
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A drunken toff is mistaken for a doctor and is used by the police in a number of cases. Surprisingly, the drunken antics raise a few laughs.

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A laugh tonic for funnybones which haven't been oiled for many months (original print ad-Canada)

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