Crackerjack (1938)



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Tom Walls plays an altruistic mystery man in this 1938 comedy from director Albert de Courville. London has become enthralled by the antics of the contemporary Robin Hood, but when a band of bad guys start framing him for their misdeeds, the hero has to catch the criminals and clear his name. Crackerjack also stars Lilli Palmer. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics, Comedy
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Written By: Basil Mason, Michael Pertwee, A. R. Rawlinson
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On DVD: May 11, 2004


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An intriguing story with a rewarding plot and fun dialogue. Had the lead role been cast with someone at least 15 years younger, the whole movie would have deserved more than 3.5 stars. The role of Jack Drake needed someone like David Niven or Cary Grant. I can't imagine what the film studio who made this was thinking.

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