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Alfred Ntombela (aka Shorty) enjoys a lighthearted moment with Leon Schuster this week. The duo will be back next year with another film. Photo: Elizabeth Sejake
Alfred Ntombela (aka Shorty) enjoys a lighthearted moment with Leon Schuster this week. The duo will be back next year with another film. Photo: Elizabeth Sejake

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Legendary actor lauds his co-star as a box office draw and says there will be no more pranks in this new movie – because he’s old and tired of being hit.

A trailer for Leon Schuster’s latest film is out this week, but do not hold your breath if you’re expecting to see him making fun of anyone again. At 70, Schuster is no longer planning to pull any pranks – it’s just too dangerous, he says.

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