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John A. Waldron (titles)
Release Date:
15 June 1924 (USA) See more »


  (in credits order)
Charlotte Mineau ... Mrs. Niblick Van Hoosit
Vernon Dent ... Mr. Niblick Van Hoosit
Leo Sulky ... Charley Elk - Actor
Andy Clyde ... Emil Raviola - Director
Sidney Smith ... Louis Tripod - Assistant Director (as Sid Smith)
Gordon Lewis ... Cameraman
Willie Hunter ... Willie Hunter - Golfer
George Von Elm ... George Von Elm - Golfer
Numa the Lion ... Numa
Cameo the Dog ... Cameo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Virginia Fox ... Minor Role (unconfirmed) (uncredited)
Barney Hellum ... Spectator at Premiere (uncredited)
Elsie Tarron ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Directed by
Harry Edwards 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John A. Waldron  titles (as J.A. Waldron)

Produced by
Mack Sennett .... producer
Cinematography by
George Unholz 
William Williams 
Film Editing by
William Hornbeck 
Production Management
F. Richard Jones .... production supervisor
Special Effects by
Ernie Crockett .... special photography

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1.33 : 1 See more »
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