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Silent Comedy Classics
Format: DVD Genre: Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
Silent Comedy Classics

Silent Comedy Classics

Format: DVD Genre: Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
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Price: $6.99
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Great set of early film fun begins with John Bunny as a judge faced with a jealous spouse in "The Locket, Or When She Was Twenty" (1913). Dental assistant Charlie Chaplin gets a dose of "Laffin Gas" (1914). Lovesick drunk Chaplin sketches the "Face on the Barroom Floor" (1914). An explosion blows plumber Eddie Boland to Persia, where he's mistaken for "Prince Pistachio" (1921). Theater huckster Paul Parrott runs afoul of the law in "Post No Bills" (1923). Tom Mix and Jack Dempsey are captured at Fox's annual "Exhibitors Convention" (1925). Charley Chase dodges the wife by posing as a Chinese waiter in "The Caretaker's Daughter" (1925). Chase and spouse Vivien Oakland don't recognize each other after cosmetic surgery in "Mighty Like a Moose" (1926). Law clerk Chase is railroaded into marrying a widow in "Be Your Age" (1926); Oliver Hardy co-stars. Chase tries to please his in-laws in "Fluttering Hearts" (1927). Chase has to deal with his newlywed ex as a new neighbor in "Forgotten Sweeties" (1927). Fan John K. Carpenter offers a Chase homage in "Late to Lunch" (1987). 3 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score.
Studio: Alpha Video
Release Date: 11/24/2009
Item #: ALP859419
UPC #: 089218594198
SKU #: D74376
Attributes: Black & White, Silent Movie
Product Type: DVD

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