Men in Fright - Notes

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The film is considered one of the better of the MGM Our Gang comedies, was shot on the sets used for MGM's Dr. Kildare films. The title "Men in Fright" is meant to parody the 1934 MGM hospital-set feature Men in White (which was also parodied by the Three Stooges as Men in Black that same year).

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