Glenn Tryon is at his Bachelor's Dinner, attended only by a dozen of his girl friends, prior to marrying Connie Watts but Ma Watts has plans for Connie to marry playboy Billy Bevan, who is ... See full summary »
This is a cheap Educational two-reeler made in New York while Lahr was appearing on Broadway. He is absolutely over the top and after two reels, I was exhausted from his energy. It's the standard western comic stuff, but in the middle of the short Lahr asks,"What has he got that I haven't got?" The audience in the theater shouted out, of course, "Courage!" But that film was still a few years away for Lahr.
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