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The Cohens and Kellys in Atlantic City (1929)

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Cast

Cast overview:
George Sidney ...
Nathaniel Cohen
Vera Gordon ...
Melitta Cohen
Mack Swain ...
Mr. Tom Kelly
Kate Price ...
Mary Kelly
Cornelius Keefe ...
Tom Kelly Jr.
Nora Lane ...
Rosalinde Cohen
Virginia Sale ...
Selma Meyer
Tom Kennedy ...
Crook
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17 March 1929 (USA)  »

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Atlantic City  »

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(MovieTone) (talking sequences and musical score)|

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1.20 : 1
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Not the best of the Cohens and Kellys
29 March 2004 | by (Culpeper, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Who says we moderns invented the movie franchise? Long before the Rockys and the Aliens among countless other sequel series, there was The Cohens and the Kellys. This entry was the third of seven C&K movies, and not the best. Mack Swain was the third actor to play Mr. Kelly (after which, the part wisely returned to Charles Murray) with George Sidney on board as Mr. Cohen. In the original release, the film contained some talking sequences which were missing from the print I saw at Cinefest in Syracuse New York. Some on-location filming was interesting and Mack Swain in a bathing suit was worth the price of admission, but over-all the story of the kids trying to update their pop's swimsuit business it was ho-hum.


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