Mixed Nuts

Mixed Nuts (1934)

Oddly enough for a Roach comedy the premise of MIXED NUTS is grounded in topical political satire aimed at the New Deal, although the satire is of a very lightweight (and light-hearted) nature. The film begins at a city council meeting where an unidentified politician announces that the government has released $50,000 for the relief of unemployed plumbers. This prompts applause, but also a pointed question from an angry woman who wants to know what the government is going to do for the members of her profession: chorus girls. The politician glibly replies that the administration has set aside money—two million dollars, no less!—for the re-education of chorus girls, "to fit them for the better things in life."

Directing:
  • James Parrott
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  • Release Date: 1934-02-16
  • Language: en
  • Runtime: 20

Thelma Hill

Chorine

Jack Barty

Mr. Twitchell

Dorothy Granger

Chorine who packs a punch

Billy Nelson

Prof. Fabian Nelson
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