Reginald Kincaid: The Shadow of Death. The gripping drama was the last play presented at the Orpheum. It closed after only one night, but not without garnering some praise. Harris in the Daily Telegram said, 'In an otherwise dismal evening, Reginald Kincaid provided some welcome laughs.'
Wiggins: You said it was a gripping drama!
"In the first Dracula film starring Bela Lugosi, there's an exchange of dialogue which I personally think is very funny but in the film it's supposed to be horrific..."The plots of some films are treated as Serious Business by those involved. But sometimes, they are funnier than they were meant to be. This page originally had many Star Wars examples; we had to split them off into their own subsection. This page was split again because of length. You can find examples on the following pages:
— Paul Merton, Just a Minute