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The Sap (1929)

 -  Comedy  -  February 1930 (USA)
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A small town dimwit takes the blame for his brother-in-law's crime.

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The Sap
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Jim Belden
Patsy Ruth Miller ...
Betty
Russell Simpson ...
The Banker
Jerry Mandy ...
The Wop
Edna Murphy ...
Jane
Louise Carver ...
Mrs. Sprague
Franklin Pangborn ...
Ed Mason
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A small town dimwit takes the blame for his brother-in-law's crime.

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The Sap (1924). Comedy. Written by William Grew. Directed by Arthur Hurley. Apollo Theatre: 15 Dec 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby, Doris Eaton (as "Jane Mason"), Raymond Hitchcock (as "William (Bill) Small"), Russell Johnstone, Norval Keedwell (as "Edward Mason"), Miriam Sears, A.H. Van Buren. Produced by George H. Nicolai and Jack M. Welch. Note: Produced by Warner Brothers in 1929 as a talkie starring Edward Everett Horton. See more »

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