The Panic Is On
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The Panic Is On
Charlie Chase plays a weak man who reads a book on how to get tough and get your way so he sets off in the Depression Era to find a job so that he can marry his girl. This short features all sorts of jokes about the Depression so I'm curious as to how well this thing would have played back in 1931 but today it is pretty funny. The film starts off a little weak but picks up when Chase goes to get a job and ends up getting mixed up with crooks. The highlight is a scene where Chase keeps punching the wall, which is knocking stuff over in the other room.
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