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Synonyms for slapstick



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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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' Thanks to some classic slapstick the series ended with a bang
The President later said that he also enjoyed the earlier slapstick, part one of the same franchise.
Like that other slapstick clown with a painted on grin and mad hair - BoJo.
The big difference between Rene and Ryan is the fact that the newbie doesn't do slapstick.
Families with children aged five to 11 will enjoy this hilarious slapstick misadventure that's crammed full of silliness and schemes.
gets "Slapstick never gets old and kids today will laugh just as hard as they did years ago."
Town Hall business development manager Rob Guest said: "Danny and Clive are superb performers and we're looking forward to them unleashing their special brand of slapstick and mayhem on Middlesbrough in a show that will have mums, dads and kids laughing."
She declared this film was no slapstick, that it was -- and I quote her -- a " brainy film".
, "Sargunam's Naiyaandi is a slapstick family entertainer.
The Superstars of Slapstick will be giving their fans a treat ahead of pantomime season when they bring their new show Cirque Du Hilarious present Daredevils and Clowns, to the venue on May 19 and 27.
JAN 24-27: Bristol's annual slapstick festival returns with live stand-up comedy, film and improvisation in various venues across the city.
An enjoyable spy spoof sequel with more than its share of laughs, and an obvious showcase for the slapstick and deadpan humour of Atkinson.
ar City, Sat 10am / Sun, 10.30am The Three Stooges (PG): Junior Jackass slapstick.
The story is one of criminal mastermind with rather a lot of slapstick humour.