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The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford (1915)

A series of 14 two-reel episodes, each complete in itself, involving the exploits of J. Rufus Wallingford and Blackie Daw, con men extraordinaire.

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J. Rufus 'Jim Wallingford
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Blackie Daw
Lolita Robertson ...
Violet Warden
Frances White ...
Fanny Warden
Edward O'Connor ...
Onion Jones
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Benzy Falls Jr.
Allan Murnane ...
Andre Perigourd
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(as O.N. Hardy)
Harry Robinson
Dick Bennard
F.W. Stewart
Violet Palmer
Malcolm Head
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Frederick de Belleville ...
Jim Wallingford
Joseph Urband
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A series of 14 two-reel episodes, each complete in itself, involving the exploits of J. Rufus Wallingford and Blackie Daw, con men extraordinaire.

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Adventure | Comedy

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4 October 1915 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Episode titles: 1. The Bungalow Bungle (1915); 2. Three Rings and a Goat (1915); 3. A Rheumatic Joint (1915); 4. The Master Stroke (1915); 5. The Lilac Splash (1915); 6. A Trap for Trapp (1915); 7. A Bang Sun Engine (1915); 8. A Transaction in Summer Boarders (1915); 9. Detective Blackie (1915); 10. Apples and Eggbeaters (1915); 11. A Stony Deal (1915); 12. Buying a Bank with Bunk (1915); 13. The Missing Heir (1915); 14. Lord Southpaugh (1916). See more »

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Followed by New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931) See more »

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5 February 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The 23 year old Oliver Hardy's screen character was on that grew gradually. In this film he is developing the Hardy look at the camera, as well as fiddling with his tie. Apart from that he's a bit of a non-descript at this stage.


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