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Going! Going! Gone! (1919)

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Snub
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Miss Goulash
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William Blaisdell
Sammy Brooks
Harry Burns
Billy Fay ...
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William Gillespie
Wallace Howe ...
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Dee Lampton
Gus Leonard
Belle Mitchell
Marie Mosquini
James Parrott
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26 January 1919 (USA)  »

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Une excursion mouvementée  »

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Long con vs. Short Con
23 June 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This is a very funny little comedy. Bebe and Bud are running a spiritualist racket and take a break. Bebe sees Harold and Snub running the 'gold ring' con: Snub shows up, looking for his valuable ring, and then after he's gone, Harold shows up, produces a ring and sells it to a mark. Bebe observes this, recognizes the short con, and then takes Harold and Snub's bankroll.

Harold and Snub wind up at Bebe's place of business and start making a mess.... but Bebe still wins. Atypical and the available print from Grapevine Video is poor. It's also badly chopped at the end, but there are smiles aplenty before you get there.


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