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Wandering Papas (1926)

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A Chef goes to collect food for the bridge workers' dinner.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Clyde Cook ...
The camp cook
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The foreman (as Babe Hardy)
Sally O'Neil ...
Susie, the hermit's daughter (as Sue O'Neill)
Tyler Brooke ...
Onion, a bridge engineer
Adolph Milar ...
The hermit (as Adolph Millar)
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A cook for bridge constructors is told to collect food for dinner-Ritz style trout, Palmer house rabbit and a 15cm frosted cake. He sets off into the wide open spaces to collect the food, coming into contact with a mad hermit, who hates anybody seeing his daughter, before returning to cook dinner. Written by Paul L

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21 February 1926 (USA)  »

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Enough to Do  »

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Stan Laurel the Director
12 March 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This film serves as a showcase for Stan Laurel's work as a director. Like Chaplin's direction of 'A Woman of Paris', Laurel didn't appear in 'Wandering Papas', but directed Oliver Hardy instead. It demonstrates his versatility as an actor, writer and director of not just his own work.

We know that Chaplin was good at directing his own work rather than other people's work, but whether or not Laurel was the same is irrelevant to this discussion.


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