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farce

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a boisterous comedy with chases and collisions and practical jokes

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acoustic device consisting of two paddles hinged together

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characterized by horseplay and physical action

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Don't miss this funny and fast paced action slapstick comedy.
Peeko and Sirk: Father-and-daughter slapstick comedy duo.
IT will be a dining experience like no other - o ering the chance to watch a good, old-fashioned slapstick comedy while tucking into a threecourse dinner.
New Delhi, June 17 ( ANI ): Filmmaker Sajid Khan, who is known for his slapstick comedy films is back to tickle your funny bone with his upcoming flick 'Humshakals'.
It's British slapstick comedy at its best and Gavin Spokes is a hoot in the demanding role of Henshall, rarely off stage and oozing perspiration as he seeks to satisfy his unusual bosses, one of whom, Rachel Crabbe, is cleverly played by Alicia Davies, though her disguise as her dead gangland twin brother wouldn't fool anyone.
Gavin Spokes was hilarious in the slapstick comedy |
It will be breath of fresh air for families seeking some laid back entertainment and slapstick comedy this weekend.
Filled with Italians and a country singer best friend, this story delivers a lot of tongue-in-cheek one-liners and a type of slapstick comedy one might expect in some mobster movies.
The show is fast-moving, and allows plenty of room for physical, slapstick comedy as the gangsters fight among themselves.
Epic drama, with a dash of slapstick comedy, sport at its very best.
This book would suit fans of David Walliams and Johnny Meres looking for slapstick comedy and a hint of the revolting in their reading.
THE FAIRY (LA FEE) (Cert PG, 90 mins) DOMINIQUE Abel, Fiona Gordon and Bruno Romy direct and star in this slapstick comedy which delighted audiences at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Slapstick comedy based on the comic strip, starring Walter Matthau, Mason Gamble and Joan Plowright.
Slapstick comedy and swearing is going to be a good light-hearted end to Boxing Day, so sit back and enjoy.