Speak Easily (1932)
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In this film, Buster Keaton stars as Professor Post, a naïve college pedant who mistakenly believes he has inherited $750,000. Post then gets mixed up with a two-bit theatrical troupe. Enchanted by the troupe's libertine leading lady Eleanor Espere, the professor agrees to finance their Broadway-bound musical.
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somewhat funny, but towards the end it gets really boring, and it ends horribly.
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