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Credited cast:
Jack Ackroyd ...
R.O. Pennell ...
The King (as Richard Pennell)
Jack Cooper ...
The Prince
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beth Darlington ...
Mary Doolittle
Madge Hunt ...
Agatha Doolittle


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Comedy | Short





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17 August 1924 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Retakes were done on May 9th and 10th, 1924, a week after principal photography. See more »


Ambassador Alfalfa Doolittle: [after having the "upper-crust proper-gentleman's walk" demonstrated to him, and disgustedly viewing it as ridiculous and physically restraining] If that's the King's idea o' walkin', I'd hate to see him on the run!
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Will Rogers takes a stab at politics.
23 August 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the story begins, the Senator (Will Rogers) has returned from Washington and regales his friends with a story about what it was like to be the Ambassador. It seems with this job, he became good friends with a king...mostly because instead of acting like an ambassador, he was himself...a folksy cowboy. You see Rogers save the King's life from an anarchist, the go hang out in an American bar and gamble and it all sounds very ideal...too ideal!

This is a gentle little comedy that fit in nicely with Rogers' persona because of his roping skills and natural way of acting around the high and mighty. Not a great comedy but a good one that will keep your interest.

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