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5 September 1926 (USA) See more »
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  (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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Combining Skills, 6 December 2006
Author: boblipton from New York City

Jack Duffy combined two useful show business skills -- the ability to take a good comedy fall and the ability to make himself up as an old man -- and used these skills to good comic effect to play an old geezer who could take the bone-breaking falls that were common in this era of the movies: made up he looked like Chic Sales, but much sprier. And he was pretty good in a number of comedies, usually in support, but sometimes in lead, as in CHICKEN FEATHERS.

But this piece, although it had good gags, wanders too much from its basic plot assumptions -- wifey wants prize-fighting ended, but Jack is a fan who somehow gets his butler to go into the prize ring -- to rise much above a decent average.

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