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Hot Foot (1943)

Approved | | Comedy, Short | 15 May 1943 (USA)
Edgar Kennedy, in order to attend a prizefight without his brother-in-law, pretends to be sick with intentions of sneaking off later. As usual, his best-laid plan takes another direction. ... See full summary »

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Pauline Drake ...
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Edgar Kennedy, in order to attend a prizefight without his brother-in-law, pretends to be sick with intentions of sneaking off later. As usual, his best-laid plan takes another direction. His mother-in-law gives him a foot bath in a tub with what turns out to be quick-setting cement. His pal Sam drills a hole in the cement to blow the cement off with explosives, with a typical-Kennedy result... disaster. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Wow!
2 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Plot.

Edgar Kennedy, in order to attend a prizefight without his brother- in-law, pretends to be sick with intentions of sneaking off later.

As usual, his best-laid plan takes another direction. His mother-in- law gives him a foot bath in a tub with what turns out to be quick- setting cement.

His pal Sam drills a hole in the cement to blow the cement off with explosives, with a typical-Kennedy result... disaster.

Jean Yarborough who worked with WC Fields and Abbott and Costello wrote the screenplay.

There's also a guy familiar from the 3 Stooges films.

It's typical Edgar and great.


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