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Former silent screen comic Harry Langdon earned above-title billing for the final time in his long career in this roughhewn but amusing World War II farce released by Poverty Row company PRC. Langdon and Charles "Buddy" Rogers are newspaper messengers helping reporter Ray Walker obtain an interview with journalist-hating inventor Richard Kipling. But before they know it, Harry and Buddy become unwittingly involved in plans to steal the professor's newest invention: a machine gun.

  1. Bernard B. Ray


  2. Eddie Davis


  3. Ewart Adamson


  4. Harry Langdon


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  1. Harry Langdon

    Harry Langdon


  2. Charley Rogers

    Charley Rogers

    Alf (as Charles Rogers)

  3. Marian Marsh

    Marian Marsh

    Florence Randall

  4. Ray Walker

    Ray Walker

    Jerry Fitzgerald

  5. Betty Blythe

    Betty Blythe

    Mrs. Martha Randall

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House of Errors
House of Errors


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Status Released

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  • April 10, 1942


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 5m

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