A good digest of vaudeville humor and music and dance--if you like vaudeville
This two-reel comedy offers twenty-two minutes of vintage vaudeville humor and performance. The setting is a small town nightclub in a small hick town. Between the banter of the nightclub impresario and his clientele there is an array of period acts that includes an acrobatic dance team, a buffonish solo singer, a respectable string quartet performing a jazz medley that integrates "Turkey in the Straw" and "Under the Double Eagle," plenty of cornball jokes throughout--plus the closing act, Madame LaLa with her bad French accent cracking jokes, then singing dancing in her faux can-can style. They don't make 'em like this anymore. But if you like your humor 1920s style, this is a laugh riot. And you don't have to be a rube to enjoy it.
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