Million Dollar Legs | Chicago Reader

Million Dollar Legs

Olympics nonsense with W.C. Fields as the president of a mythical country with a bad case of sports fever (1932). The legs (and the jokes) may be worth a million, but director Eddie Cline, an amiable, nonparticipatory sort, can't get the lead out of his stylistic shoes. Strictly a plodder, though some folks think it's the funniest thing since stewed tomatoes. With Jack Oakie, Andy Clyde, Lyda Roberti, Ben Turpin, and Hugh Herbert.

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