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Turkey Time (1933)

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Tom Walls ...
Max Wheeler
Ralph Lynn ...
David Winterton
Dorothy Hyson ...
Rose Adair
Robertson Hare ...
Edwin Stoatt
Mary Brough ...
Mrs. Gather
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Ernestine Stoatt
Veronica Rose ...
Louise Stoatt
D.A. Clarke-Smith ...
Westbourne
Marjorie Corbett ...
Florence
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Hare Brained
6 May 2012 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This one of the many Aldwych farces filmed in the 1930s.Tom Walls as ever plays the roguish man about town.Ralph Lynn plays the silly ass.Robertson Hare plays ,as nearly always the hen pecked husband.Married to the formidable Norma Varden.With the passing of time the performances of Walls and Lynn have lost much of their humour.However Hare stands out as funny as ever.Little surprise that he was still performing on TV nearly 40 years later whilst the other two were long forgotten.The farce,written by Ben Travers,is not exactly hilarious,at least by modern day standards.However it is fairly brief and that certainly is a virtue.


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