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Stop, Look and Listen (1926)

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Luther Meek, a young, goofy citizen of a small town, foils the manager of a stranded theatrical troupe from robbing the local bank and escaping with the loot, and wins the hand of the troupe's fair leading-lady in the process.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Larry Semon ...
Luther Meek
Dorothy Dwan ...
Dorothy
Mary Carr ...
Mother
William Gillespie ...
Bill
Lionel Belmore ...
Sheriff
F. Blinn ...
The Mayor (as B.F. Blinn)
Bull Montana ...
Strong Man
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Show Manager (as Babe Hardy)
Curtis 'Snowball' McHenry ...
Porter (as Curtis McHenry)
Josef Swickard ...
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Luther Meek, a young, goofy citizen of a small town, foils the manager of a stranded theatrical troupe from robbing the local bank and escaping with the loot, and wins the hand of the troupe's fair leading-lady in the process.

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1 January 1926 (USA)  »

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Achtung auf den Zug  »

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Irving Berlin's Stop! Look! Listen! opened at the Globe Theater (New York) on December 25, 1915 and ran for 105 performances. See more »

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The 34 Year Old Oliver Hardy
15 March 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The fact that Oliver Hardy made his screen debut at the age of 22 is irrelevant. It was purely a mechanical process to make money like temping for an agency. 'Stop, Look and Listen' is a prime example of how Hardy was just earning money until he teamed up with Stan Laurel.


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