Pursued by the law, a street cleaner finds refuge by impersonating a dentist.




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Credited cast:
Street cleaner
Dental patient
Marvin Loback ...
A cop
Mark Jones ...
Dental patient
George Rowe ...
Cross-eyed man with dime
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Vera White


Pursued by the law, a street cleaner finds refuge by impersonating a dentist.

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Short | Comedy





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13 May 1923 (USA)  »

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Arracheur dedans  »

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1.33 : 1
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Better than "The Soilers"
15 April 2006 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

Although extremely short, "White Wings" has to be my favourite Stan Laurel comedy. It is not entirely original and features many gags common in silent films, but they are used well and keep the watcher entertained. I have not seen that many Stan Laurel's movies, but I notice that he is extremely different to the 'Stan' from the Laurel and Hardy films. In this film Stan is a mischievous street cleaner, who ends up dressing up in many different costumes. Sadly this short is difficult to buy on DVD in the UK and my edition suffers from xtremely poor picture quality. The The greatest scene is possibly when Stan imitates a statue in a attempt to escape the law. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys silent comedies.

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