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Dirty Work (1934)

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Staff in a jewellery store hatch a plan to catch a thief.

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Complete credited cast:
Ralph Lynn ...
Jimmy Milligan
Gordon Harker ...
Nettle
Robertson Hare ...
Clement Peck
Lilian Bond ...
Evie Wynne
Basil Sydney ...
Hugh Stafford
Margaretta Scott ...
Leonora Stafford
Cecil Parker ...
Gordon Bray
Gordon James ...
Toome
Peter Gawthorne ...
Inspector Barlow
Louis Bradfield ...
Charlie Wrench
Leslie Laurier ...
Morgan
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Staff in a jewellery store hatch a plan to catch a thief.

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thief | jewelry

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Comedy | Crime | Romance

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6 December 1934 (UK)  »

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Knockabout farce
20 May 2002 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

The humor is mainly in the dialog, which is a constant stream of puns, ambiguity and double entendres, supported by chaotic action with many semi-slapstick sight gags. The characters are all amusing stereotypes and the plot is definitely secondary to all of the above. The whole thing is totally lighthearted fun of a rather dated kind which would appeal to those who appreciate the old silent comedies; I'd only recommend this if you are in that kind of mood.


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