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Double Exposure (1935)

Approved  |   |  Comedy, Short  |  23 November 1935 (USA)
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Photographer / Robert
Jules Epailly ...
Ben Ali Oop
John Berkes ...
Photographer's Assistant (as Johnny Berkes)
Loretta Sayers ...
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Big V Comedies (1935-1936 season) (#5): Double Exposure  »

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Included in Warner Home Video's 2006 6-disc DVD release "The Busby Berkeley Collection". See more »

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Out for No Good
(1933) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when "Robert" enters the hotel room
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Coming Comedy Style
7 August 2007 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This was one interesting comedy short that TCM happened to be broadcasting this afternoon. It's Bob Hope, but a Bob Hope not seen before.

At the time this was made Hope was still a Broadway star and I'm sure did this one at Warner Brothers New York studio. It looked like old ski nose was trying to find his particular comedy style. He's in a team with John Berkes, but Hope comes across a lot like Moe Howard vis a vis Berkes and Berkes is like a bargain basement version of Stan Laurel.

Away from Berkes, fans of Rapid Robert will recognize their guy as a paparazzi photographer trying to snap a particular female's photograph. Her husband is absolutely maniacal on the subject of paparazzi which is a serious topic when you think about it.

Double Exposure is a good insight into the coming comedy style of America's leading comedy voice.


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