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Sound of Laughter: 4: Hawks and Doves

Synopsis

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Scenes from the early comedy talkies introduced by Frank Muir from the National Film Theatre, London

American comedy can be brash, or it can be smooth, hawkish or doveish. In this programme, the hawks are The Marx Brothers, Bob Hope, and The Ritz Brothers. The doves are Bing Crosby and Robert Benchley.
(A BBCtv production in association with Raymond Rohauer)

Contributors

Presenter/Script: Frank Muir
Film Consultant: Raymond Rohauer
Producer: Richard Evans






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