The Golf Nut (1927)

Short, Comedy

Many of its members are spending a leisurely day at the the El Caballero Golf Club, the most beautiful in California. Also visiting for the day is non-member, Billy Divott, a golf ... See full summary »


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27 January 2013 | MartinHafer
| Not great but it has a few moments
A family is enjoying a day at the country club. And, the father (Vernon Dent) seems thrilled when he learns that a golf lover (Billy Bevan) will be there to play with them. Too bad they don't know that this guy is a major pain in the butt--in more ways than one.

During the course of the golf game, Bevan screws up and cheats a bit. However, the big laughs come when Billy accidentally knocks a bee hive into Dent's pants. Not surprisingly, Dent runs amok and spreads bees everywhere. While none of this is especially brilliant, it is enjoyable and reasonably fun. Also, if you care about these sort of things, you can see a young Eddie Quillan playing Dent's son.

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