FAT WIVES FOR THIN (1930 Sennett)

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FAT WIVES FOR THIN (1930 Sennett)

Postby Rob Farr » Fri May 13, 2022 12:17 pm

This is one of Sennett’s more remarkable early talkies, not only because it features a clean-shaven Andy Clyde, but because of the untrimmed outtake at the very end. Make of it what you will. https://youtu.be/kg7PyU7ANmo
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Re: FAT WIVES FOR THIN (1930 Sennett)

Postby Ed Watz » Fri May 20, 2022 3:57 pm

Marjorie Beebe has quickly become my favorite unsung comedian from Sennett's early talkies. As good as she is in the later Paramounts, these early Educational talkies are a revelation.
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Re: FAT WIVES FOR THIN (1930 Sennett)

Postby Joe Moore » Tue May 24, 2022 9:08 pm

I’m with you, Ed. I’ve been very much enjoying seeing these early talkies with Marjorie.

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