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Move Along (1926)

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Walter Rawleigh
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Cop
Jack Lloyd
Otto Fries
Anita Garvin ...
Rich girl with roses
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9 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

Surprisingly funny, dreamy little comedy as down-on-his-luck Ham looks for work, gets thrown out of his rooming house and tries to make it on the street -- in the best, gag-filled 20s comedy style. Ignore the early Ham and Bud comedies: this one really works as Ham sourly tries to make the best of things, despite the ubiquitous cops, with their threatening orders to "move along."


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