When's Your Birthday? (1937)

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Some shady characters discover that a sad sack nightclub bus boy has the ability to predict outcomes of races and other events through astrology.


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8 October 2005 | Barney Bat
Hilarious
I just saw this one courtesy of Turner Classic Movies, and can't really agree with the other user comment. I saw many of Joe E. Brown's Warners films on TCM back in August, and personally I thought this picture was better than many of them. Being post-Code, the script didn't rely on double entendres, which can get tiresome very fast; the writers have to work to get laughs, and they do a good job. Brown is at the peak of his form, and the supporting cast--particularly Edgar Kennedy and Fred Keating--is a lot of fun. Bull Montana is also hilarious as the Salvador "slayer." Favorite line:

Frank Jenks: How'd you like to get drowned the bathtub?

Joe E. Brown: Not particularly!

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