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The Pacemakers (1925)

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A series of twelve 2-reel comedies, each story complete in itself and each title a play on words modelled after a popular feature film of the era: 1) Welcome Granger; (2) He Who Gets Rapped... See full summary »

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Stanley Taylor
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Al Cooke
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A series of twelve 2-reel comedies, each story complete in itself and each title a play on words modelled after a popular feature film of the era: 1) Welcome Granger; (2) He Who Gets Rapped; (3) Merton of the Goofies; (4) The Great Decide; (5) The Fast Male; (6) The Covered Flagon; (7) Madam Sans Gin; (8) Three Bases East; (9) The Merry Kiddo; (10) What Price Gloria?; (11) Don Coo-Coo; (12) Miss Me Again. Written by Anonymous

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The 24 Year Old Clark Gable
5 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Gable was on $7.50 per day when he made this film which is the equivalent of £50 per day for an extra. He would have to wait six more years before he could increase his salary to a respectable amount.

Not much in this film to watch.


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