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Hit-the-Trail Holliday (1918)

 -  Comedy  -  9 June 1918 (USA)
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A bartender named Holiday is a teetotaler, and decides to preach his new belief in abstinence to all the world, until there is no one left who drinks.

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Cast overview:
George M. Cohan ...
Billy Holliday
Marguerite Clayton ...
Edith Jason
Robert Broderick ...
Otto Wurst
Pat O'Malley ...
Kent B. Wurst
Russell Bassett ...
Burr Jason
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Bobby Jason
William Walcott ...
Reverend Holden
Estar Banks ...
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A bartender named Holiday is a teetotaler, and decides to preach his new belief in abstinence to all the world, until there is no one left who drinks. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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The original Broadway production of "Hit the Trail Holiday" by George M. Cohan opened at the Astor Theater on September 13, 1915 and ran for 336 performances. The production moved to the Harris Theater in February 1916. See more »

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A Lost Film: George M. Cohan's last silent film
26 July 2014 | by (California) – See all my reviews

This is a lost film. No known copy exists in archives or private collections.

George M. Cohan made a trio of silent films before returning to Broadway, where he ruled as king. This film is interesting in that it touches on one of the hottest issues of the day: Prohibition.

Religion, alcohol and George M. Cohan? Sounds like a mighty powerful combination. A pity it is considered a missing film.

As this movie is missing and presumed lost, all reviews that purport to be based on a modern viewing must be looked upon with suspicion unless the place, time and circumstances of the viewing is shared.


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