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Smith's Uncle (1926)

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Cast

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Raymond McKee ...
Jimmy Smith
Ruth Hiatt ...
Mabel Smith
Mary Ann Jackson ...
Bubbles Smith
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Uncle Dan Smith
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Bud Jamison ...
Claude - the Vamp's Brother
Irving Bacon ...
1st Elderly Sucker
August Tollaire ...
Mr. Moss - 2nd Elderly Sucker (as André Tellaire)
Billy Gilbert ...
Messenger
Omar the Dog ...
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14 November 1926 (USA)  »

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Fifth release in 'The Smith Family' series of 2-reel comedies. See more »

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Followed by Smith's Cook (1927) See more »

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No Fool Like An Old Fool
31 December 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Mack Sennett produced the Smith Family series to appeal to the middle class audience that was developing. Its normal-looking family to whom odd things happened was a popular series in its day. However, Sennett had a lot of talent on staff and they made visits to the shoots. Here it's Andy Clyde in a long beard as Raymond McKee's rich uncle Dan. He quickly becomes entangled with Carmelita Geraghty, the vamp next door, and her conniving brother Bud Jamison.

Although the gags and pratfalls are well performed, the rule at the Smith Family unit was that nothing eve went completely over the top. If Omar the Dog got too boisterous, that's what happened if you stuffed a Great Dane into a suburban house. If Mary Ann Jackson got everything covered in glue, that's what happens when you don't watch the toddler like a hawk.

It's sitcom territory, but very well done by skilled professionals in front of and behind the camera. Enjoy.


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