Fatty and Mabel at the San Diego Exposition (1915)

TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Short

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Fatty and Mabel, a married couple, visit the San Diego Exposition; after watching the parade, they rent a motorized cart. While Mabel makes a quick shopping foray, Fatty can't keep from ... See full summary »


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6 September 2008 | markinalpine
| Other Keystone Regulars
That's John (or Jack) Coogan Sr. standing behind Mabel near the beginning, and I think that was Billy West, who started out imitating Charley Chaplin's "Tramp" character, appearing near the end. I consider this short to be just a little better than most of the early Keystone efforts, which were often "let's take a camera out someplace and film funny things," and frequently ended up being pretty awful. I did enjoy the hula "girls" getting into the spirit. I wish they had shown more of the exposition, because my grandfather who had been a Cavalry troop commander, was assigned to the Department of California at that time, and told his children that his unit had been filmed more than once.

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Comedy | Short

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