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original title: Whistling in Brooklyn
duration: 1h 27min
tags: JOIN THE FUN! Red's whistling again---and it's a riot in HIS NEWEST and FUNNIEST! (original print ad)
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Director: S. SYLVAN SIMON. Screenplay: Nat Perrin. Additional dialogue: Wilkie C. Mahoney. Photography: Lester White. Film editor: Ben Lewis. Art directors: Cedric Gibbons and Jack Martin Smith. Set decorators: Edwin B. Willis and Mildred Griffiths. Stunts: Gil Perkins. Costumes designed by Irene. Special effects: Warren Newcombe. Music: George Bassman. Assistant director: Al Raboch. Sound recording: John Dullam. Producer: George Haight.
Copyright 24 September 1943 by Loew's, Inc. A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture. New York opening at Loew's State: 23 March 1944. U.S. release: December 1943. Australian release: 13 September 1945 (sic). 9 reels. 7,825 feet. 87 minutes.
SYNOPSIS: Mistakenly identified as a serial killer, a radio sleuth (accompanied by his fianc辿e, his self-appointed press agent, and a nosy girl reporter) is pursued by both the police and the real criminals.
NOTES: Third and final entry in Red Skelton's Whistling series.
COMMENT: Although it's the weakest of the Whistling movies, there's a high-flying sequence in this entry that I'll never forget. Red and his comrades are hanging from a grid at the top of an elevator shaft. They hang from each other's legs and then swing this human pendulum in an effort to land themselves on the floor below. Great stunt-work, very effectively handled!
Unfortunately, the rest of the film doesn't reach this standard, though it has its moments of fun and suspense. The huge cast line-up helps.
The chief fault is Wilkie Mahoney's inane additional dialogue which lacks the sparkle and wit he brought to Whistling in Dixie.
The players do what they can with the talky screenplay and director Simon piles on the pace, but their efforts are often unsuccessful. Back in 1933, Ernest Truex starred in "Whistling in the Dark" and it was a charming little comedy/mystery. Eight years later, the film was remade with Red Skelton and is the much more famous version of the story--though I prefer the original. Despite my preference, the Skelton film was so popular that it resulted in two sequels...first "Whistling in Dixie" and then "Whistling in Brooklyn".
A series of murders have occurred and the police are baffled. However, when radio personality Wally Benton (Skelton) seems to know too many details about the killings, they assume he's the killer. Suddenly, cops are pouring out of the woodwork to arrest the guy. At first, he thinks that it's all a gag. After all, he and his fianc辿 (Ann Rutherford) are on their way to get married and his co- workers are always playing tricks on him. However, when he realizes they are firing REAL bullets, he and his girl and his idiot chauffeur are on the run. Soon, they are not just dodging the police but crooks as well and EVERYBODY seems to want to kill him.
The best part of the film is towards the end, where Wally pretends to be a baseball player in order to alert the police who the real killer is. But he has to be disguised and sports a beard...and knows nothing about playing ball. But, miraculously, all the stupid things he does seem to work! Overall, enjoyable and pretty much more of the same for the short-lived franchise. See: this FAQ entry
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