Leave It to Smith (1933)

  |  Comedy

A pair of con men in Monte Carlo attach themselves to a nouveau rich American snob with a weakness for titles, with an eye toward marrying off her daughter. The pair are invited to stay at ... See full summary »


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20 February 2017 | boblipton
| It would have been better as Psmith
Tom Walls is a professional thief. He and his American crony, Hartley Power, insinuate themselves into the home of a rich woman, planning to rob her safe -- cash and bonds, nothing that can be traced. However, when a valuable diamond necklace goes missing, suspicion falls on Walls.

If there was ever much life in this property, it has certainly died in the more than 80 years since it was produced. Walls was a highly capable actor and suave farceur, but while he could enliven good material, this uneasy mixture of A.J. Raffles and John Galsworthy is filled with standard upper class British types, none of whom are written as particularly witty nor interesting.

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