1921, Comedy8 Reviews 0 Ratings
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In film form, the farce note is struck immediately, with Roscoe Arbuckle blubbering as a one-year-old, and it is fairly well sustained throughout.
The titles are especially good, written in a slangy, breezy style, and securing laughs through that and their pointed humor. The yarn moves along with a speedy tempo, and there is no surplus footage or padding.December 23, 2019 | Full Review…
This picture needs no criticism, for every one knows the story of Brewster's Millions, and every one knows Roscoe, once Fatty.
[Millions] is a versatile story which seems to improve every time a new vehicle is devised for bringing it before the public. As a novel, it was a success. As a spoken play it was one of the hits of its period. As a screen production it is a scream.
If Roscoe Arbuckle has ever done anything equaling his work in Brewster's Millions, we have yet to see it.
With Arbuckle the star and Henaberry directing, Brewster's Millions turns out to be one of the year's best comedies.
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