The Trojan Brothers

  • 1946
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Drama

Vaudeville partners ply their trade as the front and back ends of a comedy stage horse. Farrar is the northern half, and Howes the southern end of the costume. Burke is a cheating society woman involved with Farrar, and Mullen is the dull wife of Howes. This film is completely miscast, creating further problems for an uninspired story. Howes, the stronger...read more

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Vaudeville partners ply their trade as the front and back ends of a comedy stage horse. Farrar is the northern half, and Howes the southern end of the costume. Burke is a cheating society woman involved with Farrar, and Mullen is the dull wife of Howes. This film is completely miscast,

creating further problems for an uninspired story. Howes, the stronger personality of the two, is subordinated by his lesser role, and the female leads are similarly miscast as Mullen is a much better comedienne than her counterpart and deserves a meatier role. The direction is all right, but

often the dialog is terribly inferior.

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  • Review: Vaudeville partners ply their trade as the front and back ends of a comedy stage horse. Farrar is the northern half, and Howes the southern end of the costume. Burke is a cheating society woman involved with Farrar, and Mullen is the dull wife of Howes. Th… (more)

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