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Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath (1931)



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Shy, unwitting Buster Keaton finds himself the instrument of a man who needs to marry off his beloved's older sister so get can get married himself. The situation becomes more and more entangled, but except for a couple of slick slapstick gags, it's not as funny as it should be. Sadly, this is yet another failure to result from Keaton's association with MGM.

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