The Corsican Brothers

The Corsican Brothers
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Ayron

Pretty good yarn, quainter than the other Ratoff film available here but without the intensity of Welles. Fairbanks doesn't impress me at all, but the female lead and especially the villain are both well-acted.

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Art

akim tamarov; who made such a cute teddy bear ,such a nasty villain?

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