HOLD `ER COWBOY (1928) Bobby Vernon, Andy Clyde

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HOLD `ER COWBOY (1928) Bobby Vernon, Andy Clyde

Postby Richard M Roberts » Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:51 am

An Al Christie Paramount released June 2, 1928, directed by William Watson, featuring Bobby Vernon with Francis Lee, William Blaisdell, Stella Adams, Harry Martell, Bud Ross, Dorothy Vernon, Billy Bletcher, and a moonlighting Andy Clyde grabbing what he can while Sennett was between closing his old studio in Edendale and opening his new one in Studio City:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PbHQqoVCGU&t=44s

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Re: HOLD `ER COWBOY (1928) Bobby Vernon, Andy Clyde

Postby Tommie Hicks » Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:16 pm

Though I have a monochrome file of this title I did check this out anyway and it had a wonderful tint to the print I had not seen before.
However I found a link on Youtube on this film's page for Vernon's CORNFED (1924), a title that has eluded me before now. I noticed a cameraman credit for Alfred Jacquemin. Could this be Fred Jackman under an alias?

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Re: HOLD `ER COWBOY (1928) Bobby Vernon, Andy Clyde

Postby Richard M Roberts » Fri Dec 08, 2017 12:13 am

Tommie Hicks wrote:Though I have a monochrome file of this title I did check this out anyway and it had a wonderful tint to the print I had not seen before.
However I found a link on Youtube on this film's page for Vernon's CORNFED (1924), a title that has eluded me before now. I noticed a cameraman credit for Alfred Jacquemin. Could this be Fred Jackman under an alias?



Nope. Alfred Jacquemin was a different fellow than Fred Jackman. Jacquemin was a French-Canadian cameraman who worked for Christie in the late 20's, then went back to Montreal where he worked as a newsreel cameraman for Associated Screen News and others, he also shot a few Canadian-produced features like Edgar Ulmer's FROM NINE TO NINE (1936) with Ruth Roland.

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