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Be Your Age (1926)

Passed  -  Short | Comedy  -  14 November 1926 (USA)
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Charley needs $10,000 right away. Mrs. Schwartzkopple has inherited $2 million from her late husband and wants to marry a younger man. Mr. Blaylock, her attorney, sees a way to solve both ... See full summary »

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Charley - the Bashful Clerk
Gladys Hulette ...
The Widow's Secretary
Lillian Leighton ...
Mrs. Schwartzkopple
Frank Brownlee ...
Mr. Blaylock
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Oswald Schwartzkopple
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Charley needs $10,000 right away. Mrs. Schwartzkopple has inherited $2 million from her late husband and wants to marry a younger man. Mr. Blaylock, her attorney, sees a way to solve both their problems, and keep control of her $2 million. Written by Anonymous

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Charley Chase and Oliver Hardy
12 March 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

During the 1920's, both Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel wrote and directed their own material in order to develop their art. Charley Chase also played a part in this process, and 'Be Your Age' is an example of how he mentored Hardy. The development was being sourced by Hal Roach.


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