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Jimmie Jump is a boarding house resident who receives a telegram telling him to pick up an important shipment at the train station at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. No good deed goes unpunished, and Jimmie has a whole lot of trouble getting to the depot. Written by Silents Fan

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23 November 1924 (USA)  »

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TrempĂ© jusqu'aux os  »

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short, snappy, funny!
23 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

Some people love Charley Chase, others think he has been rightfully forgotten. Well, I'm on the pro-Charley side -- I think he's an underrated genius, and I was thrilled to be able to find this gem of a short on a newly released DVD. All Wet is a short little film with no real plot. It's just Charley trying in vain to get to the train station to pick up some puppies. But the film has a snappy pace and scads of unexpected, subtle little jokes. The scene in which Charley and a brawny piano-carrier push the car (almost) out of the mud is one of my favorite silent film scenes ever. This scene deserves to be a better-remembered classic.


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