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The pace is blistering, and Wilder's deep-seated hatred of Germans has never been put to more comic use.
New York Times:
It is one with which you can laugh -- with its own impudence toward foreign crises -- while laughing at its rowdy spinning jokes.
Marvellous one-liners, of course, and Cagney, spitting out his lines with machine-gun rapidity...
The screenplay, based on a one-act play by Ferenc Molnar, is outstanding.
One, Two, Three celebrates as it satirizes American cultural imperialism.