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Frozen Hearts (1923)

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Cast overview:
Olaf - A peasant
James Finlayson ...
General Sappovitch
Mae Laurel ...
Madame XXX
Katherine Grant ...
Sonia, the peasant girl
Pierre Couderc ...
Count Alexis Pifflevitch
George Rowe ...
Sammy Brooks ...
The general's second


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28 October 1923 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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8 April 2004 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

It's very funny to see Stan in a different role, he's totally another kind of character than the "Stanley" we have learned to love and he's great in mimic and act abilities! and allow me a note: Finn is a very muscle man! Look at Stan-Finn fight under the snow, it's make me laugh at any time!! This little short is very happly editing, too; look at Stan entrance in the Russian Palace when he offered a cigarette, a pipe (to himself) and a piece of tobacco all in continuity! lovely! Finally even this one is available in dvd! maybe we're getting smart?

The only one I dislike a little (not much, only a little) is Mae "Laurel" Dalhberg who act like the Diva in the movie, just like in "Mother's Joy" I can't stand her! Stan, tell me WHY! WHY!?!

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