NOT BAD AT ALL!
Movie Lover: Steve Mullin
Plymouth, England UK
-- January, 25, 2010
I enjoyed this little film, here titled DUMMY TROUBLE, and felt that Langdon's move away from the grown-up baby character he was famous for in the silent days suits him well. Here the
absentmindedness of this portrayal suits Langdon and provokes sympathy for him when his marriage is at risk. Best scene is when Harry goes round the living room thumping furniture,ornaments and bric-a-brac saying that these are things he paid for. Downside though is the quality of the print used, in some senes at night it is very difficult to see whats going on. Like the action is taking place in a fog at midnight. However I would recommend this film to Langdon fans.