The shooting and murder of two guest stars at the Shady Ridge Summer Theatre, operated by Joan Barry, threatens to close the musical "Fun For All." To bolster the show, Joan induces Bill Edwards, who shares joint ownership with her, of the farm the theatre is located on, and Sheriff McKenzie, to hire the Jolly Jesters. They steal the show and, along the way, uncover a spy ring and a bullet-shooting clarinet.Written by
Les Adams <email@example.com>
[When The Jolly Jesters learn that the performers they are replacing were murdered during the previous night's performance they bolt town]
Imagine them calling the show "Fun for All".
I'm glad we got out of there before they called it "Three Men in a Hearse".
See more »
The Ritz Brothers are allowed to mostly dominate Behind the Eight Ball
Previously when they were at 20th Century-Fox, the Ritz Brothers were in support of such stars as Alice Faye, Don Ameche, and Sonja Henie. When they switched to Universal, they were usually the only stars in their pictures as they are here. So they get to perform many of their funny songs and dances as well as some funny one-liners. Despite them being the stars, however, there are other singers and dancers as well as a big band combo here. There's also a murder mystery here but that gets solved pretty quickly considering this is only an hour in length. So on that note, I say give Behind the Eight Ball a look.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this