Three's a Crowd (1927)

Three's a Crowd


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After achieving success in the mid-'20s, Harry Langdon decided to emulate the silent era's premier comedian -- Charles Chaplin -- and turn auteur. He fired Frank Capra from his staff and directed this feature on his own. Although both writer (and future director) Arthur Ripley and director Harry Edwards stayed on with Langdon, the story line and directoral approach clearly indicate that Langdon was doing his darndest to encroach on Chaplin's pathos-laden terrain. It's a simple story, stretched … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Classics, Comedy, Special Interest
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Written By: Robert Eddy
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On DVD: Jun 3, 2008

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It's an okay melodrama, it goes for a couple of laughs here and there, but if it had more humor I think it would have been more enjoyable. A lot of scenes are pretty boring and a little too long as well. The drama side of it is cute, but overall, it's not a good drama either, the movie is just okay.

AJ Verser

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