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On the Double

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On the Double

DVD Talk
25 August 2013
  • Conclusion: The wacky 1961 World War II spy comedy On the Double starred Danny Kaye as a bumbling soldier who goes undercover impersonating a powerful British officer - who happens to look exactly like Danny Kaye. Olive Films' Blu-Ray release of the film has their usual polish, although people who weren't fans of Kaye's over-the-top mugging to begin with won't be won over by this shrill and strangely boring flick. . What Do You Think?
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Overall 6

On the Double Blu-ray Review

19 August 2013
  • Summary: By 1961, the film careers of Danny Kaye and Bob Hope had begun to wane, in Hope's case in quality if not in quantity, but in Kaye's case, both. Hope continued to churn out around one film a year through the sixties, plus a few isolated cameo roles, but few if any of his films from this period were huge hits, and certainly none would be at the top of any list of classic Hope comedies.
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