Bulldog Drummond (1929)

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A bored WWI veteran helps out a young woman, whose uncle is being held hostage by embezzlers.

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  • Joan Bennett and Ronald Colman in Bulldog Drummond (1929)
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  • Joan Bennett and Ronald Colman in Bulldog Drummond (1929)
  • Joan Bennett, Montagu Love, and Ronald Colman in Bulldog Drummond (1929)

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8 October 2003 | Kieran_Kenney
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| Colman Talks!
So far, all the Ronald Coleman movies I've seen have been

silents. Therefore, I was glad to get a hold on his talkie debut,

Bulldog Drummond. As a film, it is very good. It's pretty exciting,

full of good acting from Coleman, Lilyan Tashman, Claud Allister,

Montague Love and a few others. I found Joan Bennet's work to be

pretty poor and forced. Not quite the same as that role in Woman

in the Window. Still, not bad for a first sound picture.

Since it's an early talkie, the slow-moving moments are excusable.

And there are really very few if you think about it. Plus the dialogue

was hillarious. Props to whoever came up with the role of Algy.

Deffinatly my favorite character. It's not a film everybody will enjoy,

but if you so desire it, this is a better example of a 1929 talkie.

7/10.

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