A surprisingly funny movie with Jack Haley in top form.
This has got to be one of my guilty pleasures, since I kept feeling the mistaken identity plot was silly and I generally dislike slapstick. But I saw the film twice and both times I found myself chuckling much more than I expected. Jack Haley does his klutsy shtick as a barber impersonating a millionaire to perfection. And with Betty Furness as his love interest, and more comedy by Edward Brophy, Tom Dugan and Raymond Walburn, it's a film most comedy lovers will enjoy.
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