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Pied Piper Malone (1924)



(screenplay) (as Tom Geraghty), (titles) (as Tom Geraghty) | 1 more credit »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Malone
Patty Thomas
Mother Malone
Charles A. Stevenson ...
James P. Malone
Capt. Clarke
Charles Crosby Jr.
Claude Brooke ...
Charles Crosby Sr. (as Claude Brook)
Joseph Burke ...
Mr. Thomas (as Joseph Burke)
Peaches Jackson ...
Betty Malone
Louie - the Barber
Hugh Cameron ...
Dorothy Walters ...
Pearl Sindelar ...
Malone Sister
Marie Schaefer ...
Malone Sister
Elizabeth Henry ...
Malone Sister


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Comedy | Drama





Release Date:

4 February 1924 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Everybody's Uncle  »

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1.33 : 1
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Although the setting for most of the story was New England, to avoid winter weather it was filmed in Georgetown, SC. The filmmakers planned to move to Charleston when they needed to film with actual ships, but Georgetown's business community was able to produce two suitable ships to keep them there. See more »

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I actually kinda liked it
10 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, I wasn't in Georgetown to see the premiere, and I'm usually selective about silent features (aside from Lon Chaney, Douglas Fairbanks, the Lost World, Harold Lloyd, and the Our Gang kids, they usually put me to sleep). But I actually found this one to be kind of good.

Basically, its the story of forgotten star Tommy Meighan as a seaman loved by the local kids who is falsely accused of drunkenness during a storm at sea. I would disagree that the film is a temperance lecture. To me, it seems more like a warning of the evils of false accusations and gossip more than anything else.

The story is a lot easier to follow than a lot of silent features and the bond between Meighan and the children is rather pleasant to watch. The ending may disappoint you (and I won't give it here) and I'm not sure about watching it more than twice, but it's a fine way to kill a lazy Sunday afternoon.

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