Mary Poppins Returns
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The third and last of the Topper series, which began in 1937 with Cary Grant, combines mystery, comedy, and special effects.
Roland Young is funny
Really funny sequel that outdoes its predecessors.
There's no Cary Grant in this the third installment of the popular horror/comedy series, but Roland Young returns as the ever put upon and flustered Topper again though, this time trying to Charlie Chan solve a murder. Along for the ride is Billie Burke as his shrill and nonsensical Gracie Allen-ish wife and Eddie " Rochester" Anderson (on "loan" from Jack Benny) as his easily rattled chauffeur ( who only has to "bugeye" his way through the whole picture). Joan Blondell is the real star. Now is there a haunted house anywhere? Goofy fun.
Cast: Joan Blondell, Roland Young, Carole Landis, Billie Burke, Dennis O'Keefe, Patsy Kelly, H.B. Warner, Eddie Anderson, George Zucco, Donald MacBride
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Summary: Roland Young returns as Cosmo Topper in the third and final film (following 1937's Topper and 1939's Topper Takes a Trip) in the highly popular comedy series. This time around, Joan Blondell is the ghost, and Topper helps her rest in peace by finding her murderer.
My Thoughts: "I unfortunately have only seen the third film in this series, but I hope to see the first two cause this film was a delight. Very funny and silly with a great fun cast. Billie Burke, was quite funny and had the best one-liners along with Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson. Great old film. Give it a chance if these are not your type of films."
Just as funny as the first, and a vast improvement over the first sequel.
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