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  • s  lacking mental capacity and subtlety

  • The robbery is all sweaty stoop labor and it is most suspensefully threatened when a nearby ham radio operator picks up walkie talkie transmissions between a dim-witted lookout .
  • The action sequences, like the one where two dim-witted rat creatures chase the Bones through a precarious rock face, leave you near breathless with their dynamism.
  • Hall, who was first cast as the dim-witted sidekick to Leo Gorcey in the 1935 play Dead End, played the same character in more than 80 of his 120 films.

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