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Tongue-in-cheek comedy spoofing prison movies, with delightful performances and story telling.
The film was popular with Depression era-audiences, though the critics creamed it.
John Ford paints a picture of America like Norman Rockwell painted, uhhh, pictures: a reflection, a fantasy, people wanted to believe was true (despite evidence to the contrary). So prisons are like summer camps, prisoners simply regular guys who lacked the right chance, yadda, yadda, yadda. Hokum, P.T.Barnum style hokum, sure, and delivered with a smile, but entertaining hokum, yeah? Yeah. Plus, Spencer Tracy as the cocksure, conman type, Mr.Fix-It, and Bogie (yeah, THAT Bogie) as The Kid. Not bad.
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