Though only the second half survives, here's a synopsis of what's left: Stan is a Robin Hood-type character in a medieval walled town. He's chased by an army of knights, but both he and his... See full summary »

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Lord Helpus, a Slippery Knight
Mae Laurel ...
Countess Out, a Classy Eve
Catherine Bennett ...
Princess Elizabeth New Jersey, a Swell Eve
Scotty MacGregor ...
Sir Chief Raspberry, a Rough Knight
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Earl of Tabasco, a Hot Knight (as William Armstrong)
Will Bovis ...
Duke of Sirloin, a Tough Knight
Stanhope Wheatcroft ...
Prince of Pluto, a Bad Knight
Harry De More ...
King Epsom, a Good Knight
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Though only the second half survives, here's a synopsis of what's left: Stan is a Robin Hood-type character in a medieval walled town. He's chased by an army of knights, but both he and his pursuers ride music-hall half-horse costumes in lieu of real steads. He proceeds to fight, Fairbanks-like, dozens of swordsmen at once, and defeats his rival one-on-one, leaving him to marry the princess in a state ceremony. Written by WesternOne

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12 February 1923 (USA)  »

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The 33 Year Old Stan Laurel
31 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

A good comedy with Laurel cast as Lord Helpus. From that alone, you know not to take this period drama seriously, and it is just a good laugh. He has the black mascara around his eyes again because the blue of his eyes does not react well the black and white photography.


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