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The best part of any of these early films has got to be the killer 'stach, man. The joy that comes from watching people being 'regular'(unlike the dramatic pantomime films of the early silents) is what you'll remember most. It's a blast from the past!


That lip warmer has some weight to it, doesn't it? Half of the film is spent with him prepping that massive push-broom for the big moment. I bet it felt like snogging a sea lamprey!


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