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Postage Due (1924)

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Credited cast:
James Finlayson ...
Postal inspector
George Rowe ...
Ena Gregory ...
Eddie Baker ...
Dick Gilbert ...
'Tonnage' Martin Wolfkeil ...
Postal worker
Jack Ackroyd ...
Sleeping customer
William Gillespie ...
C.W. Lyons, chief postal inspector
Charlie Hall ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mildred Booth
Sammy Brooks
Billy Engle
Al Forbes
Helen Gilmore


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Short | Comedy





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17 February 1924 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Looking for a stamp
11 May 2004 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Very funny little comedy where Stan showed his ability to hold the audience attention. it can be divided in two part, the first located in George Rowe's shop where Stan tried to take a photograph dressed like a "God"... with Jimmy Finn moral disapproval and the second part taking place at the Post Office. here Stan is trying to write a letter to his girlfriend including the "God" picture, but he can't find a pen that could write properly! when he had finally done, he discover that the stamp is missed! so he began to chase his letter all around the Office. In the meantime we can see Finn chasing him and a couple of thieves trying to burgle the Office. It's a very fast comedy with some taste of pure slapstick, but Stan and Fin are as usual very good! especially in the first part with Stan trying to pass for a "God"

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