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Pressing Business (1915)

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Jabbs sends his only suit to be pressed before a big date, but the tailor shop burns down. Pokes breaks into Jabbs' room but he's discovered and Jabbs takes his suit to wear on his date.

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Billy Bean
Frank Hanson ...
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Ethel Marie Burton ...
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Jabbs sends his only suit to be pressed before a big date, but the tailor shop burns down. Pokes breaks into Jabbs' room but he's discovered and Jabbs takes his suit to wear on his date.

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26 November 1915 (USA)  »

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Incorrectly credited as an Oliver Hardy title. The Library of Congress has a complete print and Oliver Hardy does not appear in it. See more »

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The 23 Year Old Oliver Hardy
28 November 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

In the year that Charles Chaplin signed up with Essanay Films to write, direct and act in his own two reelers, Oliver Hardy (known as Babe Hardy) was earning his living by acting in one reelers such as 'Pressing Business'. He would have to wait until he teamed up with Stan Laurel in 1927 in the classic silent short film, 'You're Darn Tootin', before he would receive the same level of success as Chaplin.


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