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The Irish in Us (1935)

 -  Comedy  -  3 August 1935 (USA)
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The family consists of Pat, the cop, Mike the fireman, Danny the boxing promoter and Ma. Pat wants Danny to get a real job, because most of his fighters end up in Polookaville and Pat wants... See full summary »

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Danny O'Hara
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Pat O'Hara
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Lucille Jackson
Frank McHugh ...
Mike O'Hara
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'Carbarn'
Mary Gordon ...
Ma O'Hara
J. Farrell MacDonald ...
Capt. Jackson
Thomas E. Jackson ...
Doc Mullins (as Thomas Jackson)
Harvey Parry ...
Joe Delancy (as Harvey Perry)
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The family consists of Pat, the cop, Mike the fireman, Danny the boxing promoter and Ma. Pat wants Danny to get a real job, because most of his fighters end up in Polookaville and Pat wants to marry Lucille. This means that he will leave the family and Danny needs a income to help support Ma. But Danny believes he has the fighter named Carbarn who will bring him fortune and is going with that. But Lucille meets Danny on the road one day and it means trouble for the family as she does not love Pat, but loves Danny. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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3 August 1935 (USA)  »

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Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)
(1914) (uncredited)
Music by J.R. Shannon
Played when Pat packs to move out
Also played when Pat puts his mother to bed
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Irish blarney in a NYC household...breezy comedy...
2 June 2003 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

I usually enjoyed the old WB comedies for their great supporting casts, but although THE IRISH IN US is nicely paced with a good cast, there is too much of Frank McHugh for my taste. McHugh is given lots of low comedy scenes that he plays for laughs but makes the comedy seem much too forced at times. Much more bearable is Allen Jenkins as a punch-drunk fighter who goes crazy every time he hears a bell ringing.

As for the star trio, Cagney, de Havilland and O'Brien, they've all done better work in other Warner programmers. Here they are stuck with rather routine assignments which they carry off with customary charm and skill. De Havilland is considerably toned down from her first role in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and shows that she caught on quickly to the more restrained acting technique required by the screen.

Mary Gordon does a nice job as the warm-hearted Irish mother of Jimmy and Pat, anxious to have her sons on good behavior when Pat's girlfriend, Olivia, pays a visit. She and de Havilland have a warm element in their performances that helps the comedy glow.

All in all, an entertaining, if routine Warner comedy with the usual stock players doing their best.






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