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Old Time Comedy Classics
A tremendous collection of some of the funniest movies ever produced! Now a whole new generation are able to rediscover the appeal of these two-reel silent masterpieces. These delightful comedies date as far back as 1916 and have been unseen in decades.
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DETAILS for OLD TIME COMEDY CLASSICS Vol. 1:
BOMBS AND BRIDES-- One of the many "Bombs and" shorts made between 1916 and '18. This Mack Sennett production was distributed by Keystone Films.
DAILY DOZENS-- A "Joybell Players" comedy, produced by "Little Tramp" imitator Billy West. The story is reminiscent of Chaplin's "The Cure."
INJUN TROUBLE-- A two-reel adaptation of Raymond Griffith's hour length "Hand's Up!" Griffith portrays a Southern spy during the Civil War. This shortened film concentrates on his encounter with some Native Americans.
PLEASE EXCUSE ME-- An "Excuse Maker" two-reeler. Lots of sight gag action in this one starring future cowboy movie specialist Charles King.
TIN HOSS-- One of the "Hey Fellas!" shorts, an "Our Gang" knockoff. A group of kids construct their own railroad from whatever they can scrounge or steal. This concept was previously used by the Hal Roach Studios kids.
TELEVISTA's OLD TIME COMEDY CLASSICS, Vol. 2 features these rarities: "Africa, F.O.B.," "Campus Romeos," "Dixie Madcaps," "Hard Boiled Yeggs" and "Pardon Me."
Bombs and Brides (1916) - Charles Murray/Mary Thurman/Louise Fazenda/Wayland Trask/Harry Booker
Daily Dozens (1926) - Jack Cooper/Ethelyn Gibson/Jack Richardson
Injun Trouble (1926) - Raymond Griffith/Mack Swain/Noble Johnson
Please Excuse Me (1926) - Charles King/Constance Darling
Tin Hoss (1925) - Gene Buckel/Cliff Daniels/Jeff Jenkins/Jingo Jones/Nancy McKee/Billy Naylor