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Submitted by Mark Fuller
Picturegoer Weekly: December 3rd 1932
Jerry Verno, that clever and versatile British comedian, is very badly served with material in this queer mixture of musical comedy, burlesque and satire, which is too indefinite and poorly constructed to entertain to any extent.
The story has possibilities which have not been fully exploited. Continuity is ragged, and there is little to recommend it to discriminating patrons.
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