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Million Dollar Legs (1932)





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This silly, slapstick fest has a field (or is it "Fields" day?) day satirizing the upcoming 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Summer games. The fun begins when Jack Oakie, playing an American traveling salesman, convinces W.C. Fields, the president of mythical European country Klopstokia, that he could introduce his miniscule nation to the world and make a lot of money to boot, by sending a team to the Games. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, the Klopstokians are by nature the most amazing athletes on the planet.


W.C. Fields
as President of Klopstokia
Jack Oakie
as Migg Tweeny
Lyda Roberti
as Mata Machree
Andy Clyde
as The Major-Domo
Ben Turpin
as Mysterious Man
Hugh Herbert
as Secretary of Treasury
George Barbier
as Mr. Baldwin
Billy Gilbert
as Secretary of the Interior
Vernon Dent
as Secretary of Agriculture
Teddy Hart
as Secretary of War
John Sinclair
as Secretary of Labor
Sam Adams
as Secretary of State
Irving Bacon
as Secretary of the Navy
Ben Taggart
as Ship's Captain
Hank Mann
as Customs Inspector
Syd Saylor
as Starter at the Games
Ernie S. Adams
as Contestant
Billy Engle
as Klopstokian Athlete
Eddie Dunn
as Coachman
Alan Bridge
as Spies in Cape
Heinie Conklin
as Spies in Cape
Lew Kelly
as Conductor
Don Wilson
as Stationmaster
Tyler Brooke
as Olympics Announcer
Hobart Bosworth
as Olympics Official Starter
Eddie Baker
as Train Official
Edgar Dearing
as Train Official
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Critic Reviews for Million Dollar Legs

All Critics (2)

One very off-the-wall movie that never for a moment bothers to make a great deal of sense.

December 22, 2011 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

It's loaded with sight gags, slapstick and physical humor.

March 29, 2008 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

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