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Stolen Goods (1924)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  29 June 1924 (USA)
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Jimmy Jump
Marie Mosquini ...
Imogene Perkins
Billy Engle ...
Floorwalker
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Sidney D'Albrook
Jack Gavin ...
Store manager
Helen Gilmore ...
Shopper
Sam Lufkin ...
Store clerk
Templar Saxe
August Tollaire
Leo Willis ...
Man in phone booth
'Tonnage' Martin Wolfkeil ...
Shoplifter
Noah Young ...
Bashful customer
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The Best is Yet To Come
10 December 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

A one-reeler from Charley's 'Jimmy Jump' period, this is a competent comedy with a number of good set-piece gags, but almost nothing in the way of either character development or extended gags -- it's amazing how going from eight to 16 minutes opened up the ability of Charley and Leo McCarey to make not just a good comedy, but a great one.

In large part, I suspect, Charley was still working his way into the character and still going with what today would be considered G-rated material: no naked ladies, a la LIMOUSINE LOVE, no grotesqueries a la HIS WOODEN WEDDING, no fantasy sequences like LOOKING FOR SALLY and no subtext worth mentioning. But there are a couple of good laughs here and an actual story, abbreviated though it may be.


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