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Cutey and the Chorus Girls (1913)

Cutey tries to make an impression on a couple of chorus girls. He attends the burlesque show with his friends... See full synopsis »

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Cutey
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Flora Scrawny
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Dolly - the Dancer
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Harry Lambart ...
Johnny (as Harry Lambert)
Lillian Burns
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Cutey tries to make an impression on a couple of chorus girls. He attends the burlesque show with his friends... See full synopsis »

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10 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Stage Door Johnnies
10 September 2016 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Wally Van pays a bit of attention to Flora Finch, a chorus girl (!) in a stage show. His friends hire a simply enormous fellow to force him to do the right thing by her.

This Vitagraph comedy looks as if it was originally planned to be a John Bunny team-up with Miss Finch, but Mr. Bunny always had a bright eye for the pretty girls in the movies, so little Wally Van, always a dependable comic actor for Vitagraph got the part. While everyone has their moments,this one seems to be a little slow; Mr. Van is a bit too straightforward for the rococo elaborations that might make his performance funnier.

If you wish to see this one, there is a handsome print on the Eye Institute site on Youtube.


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