Flip the Frog and his human friend are poor and hungry street musicians who have a series of unlucky run-ins with a policeman.

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Flip the Frog and his human friend are poor and hungry street musicians who have a series of unlucky run-ins with a policeman.

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26 March 1932 (USA)  »

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Flip and the Woman
24 March 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

What a Life (1932)

** 1/2 (ouit of 4)

Flip and a friend are out in the street playing music hoping to pick up some money but they don't. They head off and soon run into a policeman and a battle follows.

WHAT A LIFE isn't the greatest film in the Flip series but there is some slight entertainment to be had. Once again I think the best thing going for the film is the animation by Ub Iwerks who manages to make the film look terrific and the visuals are really great to look at. The story itself here is pretty good, although there's honestly nothing too funny or special going on. The highlight is certainly at the end when some of the Pre-Code innuendo comes into play when Flip and the friend end up in the house of a certain woman.


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