When the clouds roll by

United States, 1959

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By far the best of the action-filled frolics that made Douglas Fairbanks, popular before his swash-buckling period, this film pokes fun at psychiatry in a manner that is still modern. Full of comedy and thrills and dominated by Fairbanks’ breezy personality, we see the star in some truly astounding acrobatics.



Saul J. Turell

Paul Killiam

production company

Sterling Educational Films






Black and White

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