Pigskin Parade (1936)

Approved   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Sport

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Married coaches Slug and Bessie find hillbilly football tosser Amos and the team gets invited to the Yale Bowl.


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18 March 2001 | ftm2000-2
| Fast-paced and unpretentious
Except for a couple of seemingly endless musical numbers by a male trio or quartet--I don't recall how many there were--called the Yacht Boys, I found this movie to be consistently entertaining. I attribute this to what I found to be a charming cast, some well thought-out and performed musical numbers, and a story-line that doesn't take itself too seriously. In addition to these virtues, the movie offers some skilled comedy playing from Patsy Kelly and Jack Haley and, to a lesser extent, from Stu Erwin, as well as three stand-out musical numbers performed with an appealing vigor by young Judy Garland. Worth a look.

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