The Pride of the Force (1933)

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Comedy from 1933 providing an early film role for Leslie Fuller, seeing the popular, rubber faced actor and entertainer once touted as Elstrees own Clark Gable playing identical twins with ... See full summary »


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5 April 2016 | malcolmgsw
| Unsophisticated farce
Leslie Fuller is a totally forgotten comedy actor who made 20 films before his untimely death at the age of 57.In this film he plays identical twins.One is a policeman who would prefer to work in a circus whilst the other is a farm hand who wants to be a policeman but cannot pass the entry exam.So one twin goes off to the circus whilst the other takes his place in the police force.There is a lot of changing of the two between the force and the circus.The exam scene for entry to the police force contains the few laughs.He is asked what is a herbaceous border,his answer being a vegetarian lodger.Otherwise all this film illustrates is how much comedy has changed since the film was made.So by and large you have to be in a very uncritical mood watching this.

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