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Cast overview:
Al St. John ...
Al Adams
Lucille Hutton ...
Lena
Jack Lloyd ...
Lena's Father
Clem Beauchamp ...
Cyril - Al's Rival
Glen Cavender
Al Thompson
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Pratfalls, Tin Lizzies, Marriage, and Lots of Napping
4 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al St John loves Lena, but he also loves to sleep. Will he get out of bed soon enough to take Lena from his dull rival, so he can have an argument with the girl where he cries "LISTEN, LENA"? Or will he roll back over, and later get busted by a mean cop for sleepwalking in his bed clothes? This is a pretty funny collection of gags -- particularly in the first reel. But St. John, in this phase of his career, had gone from the outrageous mugging of his Keystone days, to a Keaton derived approach, which comes across as bland, when it is not performed by Keaton. So, what we have is a pretty good comedy done by a pretty bland comic. If you like silent slapstick, give it a tumble. If you aren't an enthusiast -- no need to bother.


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