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Keystone Kops

Keystone Kops is an actor, known for Fatty and the Broadway Stars (1915), Make 'Em Laugh (1982) and Keystone Hotel (1935). See full bio »
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 1935 Keystone Hotel (Short)
The Police Patrol (uncredited)
 1915 Fatty and the Broadway Stars (Short)
Keystone Police Force
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 1982 Make 'Em Laugh (TV Series)
- The Keystone Days (1982) ... Themselves
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 2001 Slaphappy (TV Series)
Themselves (2001)
 1992 Legends of Comedy (TV Movie documentary)
 1986 Classic Comedy Teams (Video documentary)
 1979 The Hollywood Clowns (Video documentary)
 1961 The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series)
- Merrily We Roll Along (1961) ... Themselves (as The Keystone Kops)
- Laughter USA (1961) ... Themselves (as The Keystone Kops)
 1960 When Comedy Was King (Documentary) (as The Keystone Cops)
 1960 Lifetime of Comedy (as The Keystone Cops)
 1939 The Movies March On (Short documentary)

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Alternate Names:

The Keystone Cops | The Keystone Kops

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Although there had been rumors that Charles Chaplin, who started out working for Mack Sennett, had once been a Kop, it had never been definitively shown to be true. However, in 2010 a 1914 Keystone Kop short that had previously thought to have been lost, A Thief Catcher (1914), was found at an antique sale in Michigan. In it Chaplin can be clearly seen as playing a Kop. See more »

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