Stunts in "Penrod and Sam" (William Beaudine, 1923) and "A self made failure" (William Beaudine, 1924)
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I liked doing comedies, but as I got older I was better suited to do Westerns. Because I think it becomes unattractive for an older fellow trying to look young, falling in love with attractive girls in those kinds of situations ... Anyway, I always felt so much more comfortable in the Western. The minute I got a horse and a hat and a pair of boots on, I felt easier. I didn't feel like I was an ...
A big sight gag in Sullivan's Travels
(1941) was the juxtaposition of the big McCrea with his leading lady, Veronica Lake
, who apparently was 16 inches shorter. For some shots of the film, however, Lake had to stand on a box so their heads could be seen in the same shot.