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Their Social Splash (1915)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  26 April 1915 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Dixie Chene ...
Charles Murray ...
Polly Moran ...
Frank Hayes ...
The Bride's Father
The Minister


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It's Bad Luck to See the Bride Before the Marriage
3 January 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Pretty Dixie Chene is abut to be married to Slim Summerville besides a swimming pool stocked with baby alligators -- wait for it -- but before the minister shows up, Charles Murray and a drunken Polly Moran manage to cause quite a fuss.

Harold Lloyd is credited as the minister, but I didn't spot him -- just another minor Keystone player waiting for a break that would come elsewhere. Charles Murray is doing his Hogan character, a low fellow who gets into all sorts of mischief that propels the comedy.

Of most interest is an early example of a typical thrill comedy sequence, as Murray and Summerville -- the latter trying to kill the former -- walk across some high steel seemingly several hundred feet above the ground. This fear-of-falling gag would be a perpetual audience pleaser for several decades. If it doesn't look like much here, well, it's early days.

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