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The Big Noise(1936)

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  • The Big Noise

    • Patty Simon
    • 4/14/16

    I would give Guy Kibbiee five stars for what he did to help the businessmen to keep their buisness without ruthless people try to put the squeeze on them. Please bing this movie out on DVD.

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    • Patty simon
    • 7/5/13

    This is a wonderful short show. Guy Kibbiee is very good in this movie. He shows courage in this movie. It is good to see people trying to get crime out of business. I think this should be on DVD.Patty Simon

  • The Big Noise (1936)

    • Leonard Street
    • 5/11/13

    Really liked the movie.I hope that "Warner Brothers Archives", brings this one out.

  • Not as Bad as I Thought

    • GypsyPi3000
    • 4/27/13

    When I read what this film was about I wasn't really looking forward to it because mob guys picking on meek businessmen usually makes me really upset. So then, after what happened to Guy Kibbee at the start of the movie, I was already feeling bad for him and didn't know if I could stand anymore abuse. But, here's what makes the movie great.. I couldn't figure out Guy Kibbee's big plan! I really didn't know what was going to happen to make him a hero and even as the plan was unfolding it wasn't until those few last seconds that I could say "ohhh!" This isn't quite your run-of-the-mill mob movie. You might even be surprised by Guy Kibbee and his meekness.

  • Very entertaining film!

    • RedRain
    • 4/26/13

    I saw this film for the first time today and I was thoroughly entertained throughout the length of the film! It holds lessons true all of these decades later: You don't have to be put out to pasture just because you hit your sixties. All that is new is not fantastic. Girls will marry a working man over a rich, spoiled man any day! Guy Kibbee, usually a character actor, is the star of this film and he is sublime! Give this film a gander! It's a little gem!

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