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Credited cast:
Edward Peil Jr. ...
Edgar Pomeroy (as Johnny Jones)
Buddy Messinger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cordelia Callahan
Nick Cogley
Marie Dunn
Kenneth Earl
Lucretia Harris
Virginia Madison
Frederick Moore ...
(as Fred Moore)
Edouard Trebaol


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Comedy | Short





Release Date:

February 1921 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Episode 11 of the series of 2-reel comedies "The Adventures and Emotions of Edgar Pomeroy". See more »


Follows Edgar Camps Out (1920) See more »

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Gentle Humor
16 January 2017 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Buddy Messinger is visiting on Eddie Pell's birthday, and a feast involving roast chicken, ice cream and a big chocolate cake is planned. With orders not to spoil their appetites, the boys try to leave room for the goodies in this episode in a series of shorts based on a Booth Tarkington story.

Few shorts remain from the Goldwyn library before the company's merger into MGM a few years later, and this is a special treat. Although the story is simple and obvious, its gentle good humor, familiar to fans of Booth Tarkington's series of "Penrod" books will be a pleasant few minutes for anyone who is inclined to see it.

There seems to have been about a dozen films in this series; only two are known to survive.

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