One of the better loved 1918 flicks now lost but for a few fragments.
Popular theme at the time - that of an English "new chum" who finds himself out in Oz for a bit of the old "colonial experience."
Directed by Doogood himself, he also played the "Algie" of the title. One of his co-stars Boyd Irwin was a prolific actor of the period. Doogood was a well-known English vaudeville player who specialised in Charlie Chaplin impersonations.
Only fragments of this film are now believed to remain unfortunately.
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