The Golden Age of Comedy (1957)

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A compilation of scenes featuring some of the best-known comics from the silent era in their best films.


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Director:

Robert Youngson

Writers:

Robert Youngson, René Clair

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10 March 2019 | girvsjoint
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| Priceless!
Personally, I wasn't all that keen on Chaplin, so his omission here doesn't bother me as it seems to others? Robert Youngson probably just never had the rights to use any of the material from those left out, although Keaton and Chaplin appeared in his next compilation. This is priceless entertainment, I think the music and added sound effects make these clips all the more enjoyable, plus the very witty and informative narration. Stan & Ollie are the standouts of course, for me the lengthy 'Two Tars' clips are the best, and the rest isn't far behind! Don't analyse it, just enjoy!

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Release Date:

March 1958

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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