Scram! (1932) 720p YIFY Movie

Scram! (1932)

Ordered out of town by angry Judge Beaumont, vagrants Stanley and Oliver meet a congenial drunk who invites them to stay at his luxurious mansion. The drunk can't find his key, but the boys find a way in, sending the surprised woman inside into a faint. They revive her with what they think is water, but is actually gin, and all get tipsy in the process. Outside, the drunk realizes he's at the wrong house and stumbles off. Eventually, the real homeowner arrives, none other than Judge Beaumont.

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  • Genre: Comedy |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 192.03M
  • Resolution: 950*720 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 0
  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 
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The Synopsis for Scram! (1932) 720p

Ordered out of town by angry Judge Beaumont, vagrants Stanley and Oliver meet a congenial drunk who invites them to stay at his luxurious mansion. The drunk can't find his key, but the boys find a way in, sending the surprised woman inside into a faint. They revive her with what they think is water, but is actually gin, and all get tipsy in the process. Outside, the drunk realizes he's at the wrong house and stumbles off. Eventually, the real homeowner arrives, none other than Judge Beaumont.


The Director and Players for Scram! (1932) 720p

[Director]Ray McCarey
[Role:]Richard Cramer
[Role:]Stan Laurel
[Role:]Oliver Hardy


The Reviews for Scram! (1932) 720p


This one veered somewhat off track for me...Reviewed bypaul_haakonsenVote: 5/10

Continuing on with my Laurel and Hardy marathon, I have now come to the 1932 short film "Scram!", and I don't think I've actually ever seen that one before.

However, I will say that of all the Laurel and Hardy movies I've seen so far, this was by far the weakest and most boring of movies. The storyline here was just somewhat of a swing and a miss in terms of providing me with entertainment and laughs. It was perhaps because there was a more of a serious tone to the storyline, thus forcing the comedy somewhat in the background.

It should be noted, however, that the acting was good and the comedy was good, as it always was with Laurel and Hardy. But the storyline just didn't fall into my particular taste all that well.

Sure, "Scram!" was watchable, don't get me wrong. And I am sure that diehard fans of the comedy duo will enjoy this particular short film.

My rating of "Scram!" lands on a mediocre five out of ten stars.

Very Funny ShortReviewed byjoiedevivre-1Vote: 9/10

This is a "vintage" Stan and Ollie film in more than one sense of the word as four of the five main characters in the story are innebriated for a large portion of the proceedings.

Token Hollywood drunk Arthur Houseman (an...ahem...method actor) is at his career best, and the boys are also on form. Watch for Stan's bewildered reply to the judge's question: "On what grounds?". It's a classic.

Richard Cramer is truly menacing as the judge, and the scenes featuring the judge's wife (played by Vivien Oakland) made me laugh out loud along with the characters.

8/10

Right house or not?Reviewed byTheLittleSongbirdVote: 7/10

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were comedic geniuses, individually and together, and their partnership was deservedly iconic and one of the best there was. They left behind a large body of work, a vast majority of it being entertaining to classic comedy, at their best they were hilarious and their best efforts were great examples of how to do comedy without being juvenile or distasteful.

Although a vast majority of Laurel and Hardy's previous efforts ranged from above average to very good ('45 Minutes from Hollywood' being the only misfire and mainly worth seeing as a curiosity piece and for historical interest, and even that wasn't a complete mess), 'Two Tars' for me was their first truly classic one with close to flawless execution. Didn't find 'Scram!' quite one of their very best, but it to me was one of their best 1932 efforts and among the better half of their output at this point.

Admittedly, the story is pretty thin and is pretty standard and it lags ever so slightly in the middle.

Despite that, 'Scram!' is great fun, never less than very amusing and the best moments, such as the ending, being classic hilarity. It is never too silly, there is a wackiness that never loses its energy and the sly wit is here, some of the material may not be new but how it's executed actually doesn't feel too familiar and it doesn't get repetitive. A lot happens yet it doesn't ever feel rushed or over-stuffed. It contains one of the funniest beginnings of their filmography and the ending is a sheer delight.

Laurel and Hardy are on top form here, both are well used, both have material worthy of them and they're equal rather than one being funnier than the other (before Laurel tended to be funnier and more interesting than Hardy, who tended to be underused). Their chemistry feels like a partnership here too, before 'Two Tars' you were yearning for more scenes with them together but in 'Scram!' and on the most part from 'Two Tars' onwards we are far from robbed of that. Their comic timing is impeccable.

'Scram!' looks good visually, is full of energy and the direction gets the best out of the stars, is at ease with the material and doesn't let it get too busy or static. The supporting players are solid, with Arthur Houseman making for an entertaining drunk, but it's Laurel and Hardy's show all the way.

Concluding, a near-classic. 9/10 Bethany Cox

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