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The Better 'Ole (1926) Poster

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coburn both starred in and produced the original play, which opened in New York on 19 October 1918, before the end of World War I, and ran for 353 performances.
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The second Vitaphone feature, with music and sound effects, after Don Juan (1926).
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The second filmed version of the hit musical comedy that was originally performed on the London stage, while World War I was still raging, in 1917. It ran for 811 performances.
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The film and the earlier musical comedies are based on a popular cartoon character Old Bill, an Cockney-born British infantryman, drawn by Bruce Bairnsfather.
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The title, spoken in a Cockney accent, refers to: "The Better Hole" - as in foxhole in World War I.
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