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Son Of Paleface [DVD]
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Bob Hope and Jane Russell reprise their roles as the lead characters of 'Paleface'. Hope plays Junior Potter, an Ivy League student who returns to California to claim his father's hidden gold - but all he finds is an empty treasure chest: a pile of unpaid bills. Jane Russell plays 'Mike': saloon girl by day, wily bandit by night, and the luscious head of a gang of thieves with a singing Roy Rogers as a federal marshal hot on her trail.
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Bob Hope plays Peter "Junior" Potter the son of the character from the last film. Jane Russell also makes a second appearance as the saloon singer Mike Delroy and her alter ego "The Torch", a masked lady bandit who terrorises the town of Sawbuck Pass and its surrounds. Roy Rogers is the undercover agent sent to catch her. Potter is a hapless Easterner who comes West to collect his Fathers fortune and inadvertently gets mixed up in events.
There is lots of fun moments. I liked it when Hope turns up at the "Dirty Shame" saloon and orders a milk to hoots of derision and then quickly adds "In a Dirty Glass". The DVD is worth buying to see Roy Rogers singing " A Four Legged Friend" to his equally famous horse Trigger. This is definitely one of the best comedy Westerns ever and is up there with "Destry Rides Again"(39) and my personal favorite "Along Came Jones"(45). If this film makes you laugh half as much as I did then you will have bought a bargain. Highly recommended.
Russell is an outlaw, `The Torch', and Hope is Paleface's son, who has left behind his Harvard education and come out West to claim his late daddy's fortune, bequeathed to him in his will.
Of course, there is no fortune - or so it appears - and Hope must therefore fend off the irate citizenry who want him to pay off the debts his father owed them.
Roy Rogers plays his usual unblemished, singing cowboy role, with faithful Trigger beneath him. He's been hired to track down The Torch, but of course, is unmoved by her obvious attractions and concerned only with justice. Rogers' affinity with his horse, in preference for Russell's charms, is poked fun at by Hope to good effect.
Plenty of silly verbal and sight gags throughout, and it must be said that the screen-double used for Hope in some scenes bears not even a remote resemblance to him.
Nonetheless, this film is good fun and raises many a giggle even today. One to sit back and enjoy for its numerous good points.
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Very funny film. Good to watch. Enjoy Bob hope movies. Quick delivery. Thank youPublished 8 months ago by treeseblue
Classic. Brilliant. Hilarious. Blazing Saddles couldn't have happened without it.Published 15 months ago by M. Oswell