Montag, April 16, 2007

Silent Films Illustrated With Commentaries By:

About Al Christie's "As Luck Would Have It" (1917)

Silent Guest Stars: Herr Tommie Hicks und Herr Eric Stott

Herr Tommi Hicks wrote: "While I would agree with this non-de-plumer's assessment of Christie's work in the late teens, I would submit that Christie's comedies after 1920 rivaled those of Sennett and Roach".

Und Herr Eric Stott added: "Definitely- "Up in Mable's Room" starring Harrison Ford and Marie Prevost, is a delight".

Finally, Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien said: "Talking about this and in German, don't miss next week the exception proves the rule, that is to say, Herr Al Christie's "Her Bridal Night-Mare" (1920) reviewed by this Teutonic aristocrat in his modern diary".

Published in "alt.movies.silent".

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