|Series:||Clyde Cook||♦||Distribution:||Pathé Exchange||♦||Director:||Stan Laurel||♦||Cinematography:||Glenn Carrier, Len Powers, Frank Young|
|Production:||C-4||♦||Type:||Silent short||♦||Producer:||Hal Roach||♦||Editor:||Richard C. Currier|
|Released:||21 February 1926||♦||Length:||2-reels||♦||Titles:||H.M. Walker||♦|
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• Production C-4 - Clyde Cook series.
• Copyrighted February 6, 1926
• Also listed as December 13, 1925.
• July 13 - August 1, 1925 with retakes September 5, 1926, and miniatures on various dates between July 17 and August 14, 1926. In his book, Rob Stone revises the final date to August 15th.
• You have to give credit to Clyde Cook for that stunt with the grizzly bear at the end of the film - that was real!
What the experts say
• Not much.
The camp cook
Susie, the hermit's daughter
Onion, a bridge engineer
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