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One of early cinema's first comedy stars, Vitagraph funnyman Larry Semon is spotlighted in six slapstick silent shorts where he also served as co-writer and director. Included are "Dunces and Dangers" (1918), "The Stunt Man" (1927), and four co-starring Oliver Hardy: "The Bell Hop" (1921), "The Saw Mill" (1922), "The Show" (1922), and ... more
Laugh along with Larry in this second collection of vintage short comedies featuring the white-faced, derby-wearing clown. Featured here are "Risks and Roughnecks" (1917), "Well, I'll Be" (1919), "The Agent" (1922) and "Her Boy Friend" (1924) with Oliver Hardy, "The Cloudhopper" (1925), and "The Dome Doctor" (1925). 114 min. total. ... more
The Perfect Clown(1925)
Fast and funny vehicle for Larry Semon features him as a hapless office boy entrusted with a large bank deposit. When the bank closes before he gets there, Larry's forced to hold onto it overnight--and disaster can't be far ahead! Oliver Hardy, Dorothy Dwan co-star. 52 min. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; bonus short "Move Along" ... more