Great Diamond Robbery, The

The beloved funnyman portrays diamond cutter Ambrose C. Park (the middle initials stands for "Central") in The Great Diamond Robbery.

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  • Engaging Characters
  • Entertaining
  • Good plot
  • High Production Value


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    Comments about Great Diamond Robbery, The:

    Red plays a diamond cutter who was orphaned as a baby. He was left on a park bench in Central Park, NYC as an infant.

    Every year on his birthday he places an ad in the paper looking for his parents, and numerous times he's had the ad answered only to discover that the people answering the ad were not really his family after all.

    Sad and lonely, he celebrates his birthday this year with "wild plum juice" in a bar and lands in the tank over night. He is 'bailed out' by an attorney who, discovering his plight, helps him find his long lost family.

    Or, does he?

    This slapstick comedy is performed in the only way that Red Skelton can deliver.

    Classic Cinema Online received a copy of this DVD for review and recommends it for general viewing purposes or anyone collecting Red Skelton memoribilia. Great for a laugh if you're having a down day!

    This review is republished with permission from Classic Cinema Online, and can be found on the Classic Cinema Onine website.

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