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Whispering Whiskers (1926)

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Mistaken for a private eye, Billy finds himself hot (or not) on the trail of a stolen ruby.



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Cast overview:
The Drifter
The Drifter's Pal
Madame Murino - Clairvoyant
Kewpie Morgan ...
Madame Murino's Associate
Billy Gilbert ...
Tiny Ward ...
Train Conductor
Irving Bacon ...
Train Chef


Mistaken for a private eye, Billy finds himself hot (or not) on the trail of a stolen ruby.

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Short | Comedy





Release Date:

24 January 1926 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Fickle Herring  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mack Sennett bathing beauty Thelma Hill appears in one scene on the train. She gets squirted in the eye with an orange. See more »

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Good old-style
3 April 2003 | by (Westford, MA) – See all my reviews

I have a 50's reprint of the original in 8mm film. Whenever I show it to anyone, I put on some Scott Joplin music in the background and that sets the mood pretty well. It just sets an atmosphere that you can't get by watching TV, or even going to the Movie theaters, it's the old style silent film, which, aside from any music you have in the background, all you hear is the sound of the projector. The copy I have was reprinted in the 50's in a series by Castle Films called "Old Time Comedies", I also have "S'Twos for the pot.

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