I first must note special interest: I do not like 'comedies' in which animals are mistreated for the audience's amusement: Jules White & Zion Meyers' DOGVILLE series for MGM fills me with horror. But chimpanzees are human enough and social enough that using them as performers does not disturb me and I have some fond members of the Marquis Chimps on television when I was a child.
With that in mind, we can comment on this particular Snooky the Humanzee movie in which he plays a farmhand. He goes through the standard Chimp Act, putting on human clothes and so forth, but this time the story is filled out with some good gags -- the early one about milking a cow is nicely handled -- and some adult comedians doing some bone-breaking slapstick competently. Although I am no fan of this series, this is the best of them I have seen.
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