The Milkman (1950)

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Roger Bradley, son of a milk magnate, isn't allowed to work for his dad's company because of a lingering war trauma: in moments of stress he quacks like a duck. Desperate to escape from ... See full summary »


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17 June 2020 | elise-piet
| Classic Slapstick Comedy
I've watched a lot of O'Connor's earlier films, mostly the Peggy Ryan films, and while those are nice films, this comedy tops them. This movie has the perfect balance of slapstick comedy, suspense, and romance. It's fast paced but easy to follow, and it has a proper climax that ties up the loose ends very nicely. O'Connor and Durante play off each other beautifully, and their number "That's My Boy" showcased a small portion of O'Connor's rap abilities (although not like Singing in the Rain). I legitimately laughed out loud when O'Connor began his quaking too! Only problem was the parking of Durante and Joyce Holden, that age difference was a little creepy personally. But that's a very small part of the movie and doesn't ruin the fun at all.

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