Son of Paleface | Chicago Reader

Son of Paleface

Bob Hope repeats as the son of a frontier dentist in this 1952 sequel to his highly successful The Paleface—only this one is much, much funnier, directed by a then recent graduate of the Warner Brothers cartoon shop, Frank Tashlin, and full of outrageous visual gags (a wheel comes off Hope's car during a chase; he stands up, throws a noose over the side, and holds up the axle—“You'd better hurry up,” he tells the driver, “this is impossible!”). In glorious Technicolor, complete with Jane Russell and Roy Rogers.


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