The Cock-Eyed World

  • 1929
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Musical

Repeating their roles from WHAT PRICE GLORY? McLaglen and Lowe continue their hard-drinking, profane, two-fisted, girl-chasing ways as a couple of Marines traveling from Vladivostock to Nicaragua via Coney Island. Criticized during its time for being excessively bawdy, this Raoul Walsh macho comedy is, of course, tame by today's standards, but its tough-minded,...read more

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Repeating their roles from WHAT PRICE GLORY? McLaglen and Lowe continue their hard-drinking, profane, two-fisted, girl-chasing ways as a couple of Marines traveling from Vladivostock to Nicaragua via Coney Island. Criticized during its time for being excessively bawdy, this Raoul Walsh

macho comedy is, of course, tame by today's standards, but its tough-minded, warm-hearted soul is still appealing. It was one of six motion pictures made in 1929 by Lila Damita, who six years later would embark on a tempestuous marriage with Errol Flynn. Songs: "Semper Fidelis" (John Philip

Sousa), "Over There" (George M. Cohan), "Rose of No Man's Land" (James Caddigan, James Brennan), "Ka-Ka-Katy" (Geoffrey O'Hara), "What Has Become of Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo" (Al Dubin, Irving Mills, Jimmy McHugh, Irwin Dash), "You're the Cream In My Coffee" (Buddy DeSylva, Les Brown, Ray

Henderson), "Gloriana" (Sidney Clare, Lew Pollack), "So Long," "So Dear To Me" (Con Conrad, Sidney Mitchell, Archie Gottler).

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