You're Telling Me (1932)

TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Short


Mickey and Grady stay at a friend's place for what they tell him will be one night; it stretches into several months.

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26 April 2009 | Doylenf
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| Billy Gilbert steals comedy short...
YOU'RE TELLING ME is a '32 comedy short that is decidedly dated in concept and performance--but at least BILLY GILBERT (the rotund comedian famous for his sneezing--he was the voice for Sneezy in "Snow White and the Seven Dwards"), makes the whole short worth watching.

He does his famous stint as a much put upon father of GORDON DOUGLAS (who became a Warner Bros. director in later years). It's a good thing Douglas turned to directing. He's certainly no actor.

The thin plot has GORDON DOUGLAS, GRADY SUTTON and MICKEY DANIELS, all college boys, spending time with Douglas' family. From the start, everything goes wrong at a party for Douglas and Billy Gilbert is in for a raw deal. The worst things happen to him until the slapstick finale when everyone gets cake in the face (instead of pie)! Silly and sophomoric and as dated as can be.

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