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> {quote:title=Kid_Dabb wrote:

> }{quote}Ya got the Chaplin part right, but no on the Eric Campbell. Think Keystone.


How about Mack Swain?

I knew it was either Mack S. or Eric C. but was feelin' too lazy to cross-check other pictures to make sure!

(I sometimes get those two big guys mixed up when I'm not thinking very hard...)

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Once Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were permanently teamed together, Stan never made a movie without Ollie. However, in 1939, Stan had a contract dispute and sat out for a while. The studio put Ollie in a film with this man, Harry Langdon, a former silent screen comic star. The movie was called "Zenobia". Ollie only made one more picture without Stan. It was "The Fighting Kentuckian" with John Wayne in the late forties.

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Great work, lavender! Bernard Gorcey was in the stage version of "Abie's Irish Rose", as well as the film in 1929. He was the father of Leo and David Gorcey. He played Louie Dumbowski in many Bowery Boys movies. That's Thelma Todd on the right and, I believe the older woman is Ida Kramer.

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