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Burlesque on Carmen/Steamboat Bill, Jr./Sin of Harold Diddlebock
     

Burlesque on Carmen/Steamboat Bill, Jr./Sin of Harold Diddlebock

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Director: Charles "Chuck" Riesner, Preston Sturges

Cast: Al Bridge

 

Product Details

Release Date:
06/16/2009
UPC:
0018619286142
Source:
Televista
Region Code:
0
Presentation:
[B&W]
Sound:
[silent, Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
3:24:00
Sales rank:
74,665

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Al Bridge Wild Bill Hitchcock
Buster Keaton Willie Canfield
Charles Chaplin Darn Hosiery
Edna Purviance Carmen
Ernest Torrence "Steamboat Bill" Canfield
Harold Lloyd Harold Diddlebock
Georgia Caine Bearded lady
John Rand Escamillo, the toreador
Tom Lewis Tom Carter
Ben Turpin Remendado, a sumggler
Frances Ramsden Miss Otis
Tom McGuire John James King
Leo White Officer of the Guard
Marion Byron Mary King
Raymond Walburn E.J. Waggleberry
Jimmy Conlin Wormy
Franklin Pangborn Formfit Franklin
Margaret Hamilton Flora
Edgar Kennedy Jake the Bartender

Technical Credits
Charles "Chuck" Riesner Director
Charles Chaplin Director
Preston Sturges Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Charlie Chaplin/Buster Keaton/Harold Lloyd Triple Feature
1. Muddy Waters [19:43]
2. Working Clothes [9:01]
3. Eight Bells [9:04]
4. Morning [17:11]
5. Storm Clouds [7:25]
6. Hero [6:44]
1. Opening Credits [1:08]
2. Water Boy [7:12]
3. Opportunity [4:18]
4. You're Fired [7:44]
5. Sisters [7:29]
6. His First Drink [9:00]
1. Gypsies & Soldiers [9:27]
2. Carmen [12:48]
3. Ain't Love Grand [5:17]
4. The Next Day [4:59]
5. First Down [7:20]
6. Love Triangle [4:03]

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Burlesque on Carmen/Steamboat Bill, Jr./Sin of Harold Diddlebock 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Larry_from_Creekwalk More than 1 year ago
Easily the top 3 silent film comedians ever. Each movie has some great gags and would be a great introduction to these stars, but the quality of the copies is disappointingly poor. If you're a collector, search for something remastered.