The Phantom President (1932)

  |  Comedy, Musical

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A presidential candidate is deemed to have a dull personality, thus a charismatic look-alike is hired as a front.


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9 March 2001 | nlangdon
Patently Paramount, a very entertaining movie!
All the actors sparkle here, even Durante (who killed more than one MGM feature in his day) is a riot. Colbert is dazzling in every scene, even while bathing a dog. Cohan is fresh and fun, too bad he didn't make any other talkies. This production wreaks of Paramount, right down to the Lubitch touches of rhyming dialogue and animals delivering a musical number laced with sexual innuendo. In one instance the camera dissolves from the back side of a jackass to the keynote speaker of the Presidential convention; some things never change and it's still fresh!

Will Hays would have had a lot to say about this production if he could have gotten his hands on it.... :)

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