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10 Ratings

You're Telling Me

Directed by Erle C. Kenton
United States, 1934


A hard-drinking, socially-awkward inventor wrecks his daughter’s chances of marriage into a rich family and bungles his own chances of success by selling one of his more practical inventions.

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You're Telling Me Directed by Erle C. Kenton

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  • SpacePirate's rating of the film You're Telling Me

    Inspired comedy from Fields. One of his best I think. He always excels at being a drunken, slightly henpecked husband. His comedy holds up so well today, it mustve seemed so fresh at the time, like on a Marx bros or L&H level. Not hokey like Wheeler & Woolsey. Adrienne Ames plays a great role, a shame she never really achieved. A real beauty with talent. Some of the funniest scenes involve Fields inventions, and golf

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