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5 September 1926 (USA) See more »
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Uppercuts was a partially amusing entertainment of a silent short See more (3 total) »


  (in credits order)
Jack Duffy ... Cornelius McGee
Stella Adams
Violet Bird
James Harrison (as Jimmie Harrison)
William Irving

Directed by
Walter Graham 
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Frank Roland Conklin  story (as Frank R. Conklin)

Produced by
Al Christie .... producer

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Uppercuts was a partially amusing entertainment of a silent short, 26 June 2009
Author: tavm from Baton Rouge, La.

Just watched this silent comedy short on the "American Slapstick" DVD. It stars Jack Duffy, who was a young adult during this time, as an old geezer who accepts a challenge to an opponent to get a boxer to fight the opponent's man. This geezer gets his butler to take the rounds but when that butler seems defeated, the geezer punches a few rounds himself! After that comes a police chase. I'll stop there and just say there are some pretty good stunts that provide some nice slapstick so there are a few laughs but overall it might be a little shopworn in this day and age. Still, if you're a silent movie buff especially the comedy kind, Uppercuts is worth a look if you're in the mood.

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