13 May 1923
|Director: George Jeske Producer: Hal Roach Dialogue: H.M. Walker (?)
Cinematography: Frank Young Editor: ?
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|IMAGE COMING SOON||Early one-reel Stan Laurel silent comedy with him playing a street sweeper who accidentaly snatches a baby from its pram on the street. As a burly cop gives chase, he impersonates a dentist who performs miracle cures for toothache.|
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•Filmed February 2-23, 1923, with retakes February 27, 1923.
•Copyrighted April 27, 1923.
•Production D-2 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel. Rob Stone's list indicates production C-91 (or LC-91), which is probably the original production number for this film, but starts the filming on the 20th rather than the 2nd.
Did you notice?
Cross-eyed man with dime
Woman in park standing next to bridge
Dental patient who gets hit by Fin
"Laurel OR Hardy" by Rob Stone (book)
Jesse Brisson (identification of Jack O'Brien)
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