A One Mama Man 1927

Sorry no longer available due to copyright issues. If the problem is resolved I will reissue

IMDb 7.5

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The film starts on a boat with Charley and some ladies having fun. He gets up and walks off to sit on a deck chair when another guy comes along and kicks the legs off the chair. Charley punches the man in the face, sending him hurtling into some chairs. A seaman (this could be Ham Kinsey?) delivers Charley a telegram and Charley tells him he is spoilt for choice over which invitation he should choose.
One of the ladies on board the boat, Miss Glutz (Gale Henry) begins to engage in conversation with a fellow on deck when a sailor (Chet Brandenburg) comes by ringing the dinner bell, causing her to freeze on account of a previous car accident where she is shocked into a trance by the sound of a bell. Determined to take Charley’s photograph, she gets into position to take his picture when the sound of the bell causes her to freeze again as Charley patiently waits. Her mother (I am assuming it’s her mother?) informs Charley of the situation and eventually Miss Glutz takes his photo.
We are introduced to “The Girl” (Eugenia Gilbert) who is at home, bored and being ‘entertained’ by her suitor (Vernon Dent) playing the piano. Her well-to-do parents are delighted to note that Count Tosky (Chase) has consented to be their guest. Well, the mother is excited, at least! The father (Burr McIntosh) is not so.

Director: James Parrott

Production Co: Hal Roach Studios
Stars: Charley Chase, Eugenia Gilbert, Gale Henry

 

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Crazy To Act 1927

crazy to act

Crazy to Act 1927  – Starring Oliver Hardy – Produced by Gordon Bagley wants to marry the female star of his latest production, whilst she is in love with her Co star…

Director: Earle Rodney
Producer: Mack Sennett
Screenplay: Earle Rodney, Mildred June, Harry McCoy, Carl Harbaugh, Jefferson Moffitt

Stars: Matty Kemp, Mildred June, Oliver Hardy

The Monkey Talks 1927

The Monkey talks 1927

7/10 · IMDb
Fano, a member of a French traveling circus, dresses up as a talking chimpanzee to make money.
Initial release: February 20, 1927
Director: Raoul Walsh
Production company: Fox Film
Cinematography: L. William O’Connell
Screenplay: Gordon Rigby, Elizabeth Pickett Chevalier, Malcolm Stuart Boylan

Stars: Olive Borden, Jacques Lerner, Don Alvarado

 

Magic Umbrella 1927

 

Genre parody, filmed in Rome; color and sound added in 1965

American avant-garde film

Directed by Jerome Hill


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