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He's in Again (1918)

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A tramp enters a cabaret and orders a drink, but then is thrown out when he cannot pay for it. After trying again, he is told by the manager that if he wants to avoid being charged and sent... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Billy West ...
A Customer
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Head Waiter (as Babe Hardy)
Leo White ...
The Prize Fighter
Ethelyn Gibson ...
(as Ethlyn Gibson)
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Piano Player (as Charles Parrott)
Bud Ross ...
A Drunk (as Budd Ross)
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A tramp enters a cabaret and orders a drink, but then is thrown out when he cannot pay for it. After trying again, he is told by the manager that if he wants to avoid being charged and sent to jail, he will have to work. Then, while he is tending bar, there is a sudden opening in the floor show, and the tramp is forced to fill in. Nor is that the last of the duties he is unexpectedly asked to perform. Written by Snow Leopard

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tramp | restaurant

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15 December 1918 (USA)  »

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surprisingly good
21 May 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This film stars Billy West, one of several imitators of Charlie Chaplin during the 1914-1920 era--when Chaplin was the rage and other diverse styles of silent comedy were yet to be created (with the exception, perhaps, of the films of Fatty Arbuckle). It seems that Chaplin was the be star and instead of trying to be different and funny, studios encouraged comedians to be exactly like Chaplin--down to the clothes and mannerisms. This film appears to be a Chaplin film--it's that close. Billy West looks tremendously like him but not only that, his style is pretty much the same as well. This film could have just as easily starred Chaplin and had very similar results. And, the films is better than many of Chaplin's early efforts (from 1914-1915). There are plenty of gags, decent plot development and I found myself laughing several times. I very good, though not highly original effort.


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