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Fighting Stock (1935)

 -  Comedy  -  10 April 1935 (UK)
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Cast overview:
Tom Walls ...
Brig. Gen. Sir Donald Rowley
Ralph Lynn ...
Sydney Rowley
Robertson Hare ...
Duck
Marie Lohr ...
Mrs. Barbara Rivers
Herbert Lomas ...
Murlow
Lesley Wareing ...
Eileen Rivers
Veronica Rose ...
Diana Rivers
Hubert Harben ...
Mr. Rivers
Margaret Davidge ...
Mrs. Fenton
Peggy Simpson ...
Maid
Mary Jerrold ...
Emmie
Sybil Grove ...
Mrs. Peacock
Norah Howard ...
Ada
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Flower Suite
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Music by Reginald Benyon
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Like Amos & Andy, very dated
20 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

I found this film so very dated. I just might imagine that someone, at some time, might have gone fishing in a three-piece suit but here are two of them doing it at once in the same small pond, at noon, in JUNE! Later in the day, sitting around idly reading the newspaper, he is in high, stiff collar and bow tie. Did anyone every just hang out around the house dressed like this? The wife has her jewels on and they both look like they will be leaving any minute for a formal party but are actually on their way to bed dressed like this. So unrealistic.

The humor is strained and embarrassing. There is an old fellow who tries to chat up every female he finds and makes some rather forward and almost rude comments to them and about them. He even tries to setup his uncle with a married woman. He trespasses with the greatest of ease. His nervous twitter speaking style gets really irritating very quickly.

Like Amos & Andy, it feels strained and is difficult for some (me, for one) to watch except, maybe, with the sound turned down. This one might get a few more minutes of run time but whenever I decide to hit Stop, I will also hit Delete.

I finished it but it was painful. Be warned.


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