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Reuniting with star Bob Hope after their work on "The Paleface" and "The Lemon Drop Kid," director Frank Tashlin, a veteran of animated entertainment, goes full cartoon with 1952's "Son of Paleface." Technically, it's a sequel, but Tashlin and Hope treat the production as their own rocket ride to the moon and back, going insanely broad to keep audience attention, staging a highly bizarre romp that's truly unpredictable and utterly exhausting. Read the rest at


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