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The Officer's Mess (1935)

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Gus Doakes
Charles Kemper ...
Sarge
Detmar Poppen ...
Major Bedd
Louise Squire ...
Bedd's Girlfriend (as Louise Squires)
Jules Epailly ...
Chef
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19 October 1935 (USA)  »

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Big V Comedies: The Officer's Mess  »

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Vitaphone production reels #1881-1882. See more »

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The Man on the Flying Trapeze
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Music by Gaston Lyle
Played when Doakes turns on the radio in the bungalow
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Buck Private
3 July 2014 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Incompetent waiter Shemp Howard ruins Detmar Poppen's rendez-vous with Louise Squire. The next day he reports for training in the National Guard, thinking it will be a vacation. Guess who his commanding officer is? I am not terribly fond of Shemp Howard's comedy persona as a loud-mouthed, twitchy bumbler, but for those of you who are, this will be a very funny short subject. Although it is a Vitagraph short directed by Roach veteran Lloyd French, it is a Shemp movie all the way, from its big knock-about pratfalls to its loud sound effects -- listening to it, one would think it was something out of Jules White's shorts department at Columbia.


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