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21 August 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy The Diving Girl (1911). See more »

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Mack's First Project
13 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mack Sennett, from Danville Quebec, not Richmond Quebec (It seems that the nearest larger town is always credited as the origin of someone from a nearby smaller town.) This flick launched the unstoppable entrepreneur on a career of almost unfathomable magnitude. Look him up on IMDb and his page will scroll seemingly forever. How many people know that Mack is singularly responsible for the "Hollywood" sign that is so iconic worldwide. It's interesting that in two movies of 2006, that reference is made to "Hollywoodland". Obviously, the movie "Hollywoodland", attempts to reconcile the various endings that may have met George Reeves, aka, the television Superman. However, "The Black Dahlia" also winds the thread of "Hollywoodland" into its story. Too bad for black Monday in 1929, which wiped out Mack, and thereby the Hollywoodland development, otherwise, Mack Sennett would truly have gone on to greater achievements in the decades to come and not be perhaps most fondly associated with creating the keystone cops.

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