|Director||Lloyd Bacon Earle Rodney|
|Writers||Randall Faye (story)
Al Giebler (titles) (as A.H. Giebler)
James Gruen (story)
Reed Heustis (titles)
Harry McCoy (story)
Jefferson Moffitt (story)
|Cast||Ben Turpin Madeline Hurlock Andy Clyde Thelma Hill William McCall Irving Bacon Marvin Loback Dave Morris Louise Carver Barney Hellum Vernon Dent|
|Plot||... see A Prodigal Bridegroom on IMDb|
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|The Silent Comedy Mafia series returns to the early years of slapstick, with some of the leading figures of silent comedy. This edition includes:|
1. Idle Eyes (Weiss Brothers Artclass, 1928). Directed by Leslie Goodwins. Starring Ben Turpin, Billy Barty, Helen Gilmore and Georgia O'Dell.
2. Just Rambling Along (Rolin Film Company, November 3, 1918). Directed by Hal Roach. Starring Stan Laurel, Noah Young, Clarine Seymour and Bud Jamison.
3. The Janitor (Morris R. Schlank, 1919). Director unknown. Starring Hank Mann, Madge Kirby and Merta Sterling.
4. All Jazzed Up (Christie Film Company, January 10, 1920). Directed by Al Christie (?). Starring Bobby Vernon and Helen Darling.
5. The Bath Dub (Reelcraft, January 1921). Directed by Thomas La Rose (?). Starring Billy Franey.
6. The Big Idea (Hal Roach Studios, January 13, 1924). Directed by George Jeske. Starring Snub Pollard, Blanche Mehaffey, George Rowe, Billy Engle.
7. The Prodigal Bridegroom (Mack Sennett Productions, September 26, 1926). Starring Ben Turpin, Madeline Hurlock, Thelma Hill, Andy Clyde and Marvin Loback.
All films are complete and feature piano scores by Frederick Hodges.
Bonus: A selection of very rare Ben Turpin clips (1915-1932), and a photo gallery of silent-era comedians.
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