Nazty Nuisance (1943)

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Germany's Adolf Hitler is on his way via submarine to a tropical country to negotiate a treaty with the High Chief Paj Mab. Right there with him, although he tried to avoid taking them, are... See full summary »


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23 April 2019 | boblipton
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| Hal Roach's Three Stooges
Hitler, Mussolini and Suki Yaki go to a small island to negotiate with a stage magician. Little do they know they are dealing with shipwrecked sailors.

It's mean-spirited wartime burlesque, pure and simple, made while Roach's studio was mostly busy with war work. How Glen Tryon came to shoot this piece at the Lot of Fun is a bit of a mystery, but he did have a history with Roach, having been a starring player for several of Roach's mid-twenties features and shorts. Then he had gone on to other companies. Tryon's acting career ended in 1932. He moved behind the camera, writing and directing. His movie work ended in the late 1940s.

Before you start ranting about the racism evident in this movie, try taking a look at current Chinese movies about World War Two, made three quarters of a century after that conflict ended. They are even more racist about Japan.

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