Clarence and Percy's Sailing Party (1914)

Clarence and Percy did not really mean to be sailors. Percy spent most of his time allowing his chauffeur to drive a high-power motor car and Clarence was a young man whose sole ideas in ... See full summary »

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C.J. Williams (as C. Jay Williams)
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Credited cast:
Orleana Coughlin Orleana Coughlin ... (as Arlene Coughlin)
Harry Gripp Harry Gripp
Saul Harrison Saul Harrison
Carlton S. King
Elsie MacLeod ... (as Elsie McLeod)
Richard Tucker
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Clarence and Percy did not really mean to be sailors. Percy spent most of his time allowing his chauffeur to drive a high-power motor car and Clarence was a young man whose sole ideas in life was to look pretty in order to make a hit with the fair sex. However, when they found that Bessie Pendleton was passionately fond of the water, which fact enabled a certain George Graham to see a great deal of her, it became evident to their young minds that something had to be done. They did not play the game quite fairly, because they first went to Bessie's grandmother and told her that George was really not a fit associate for her granddaughter. Then they proceeded to hire the only sailboat in town. This raft would hardly be selected to sail for a challenge cup, because her rig was decidedly primitive and a long oar took the place of a rudder. But to their excited imagination she was quite a trim little ship. To the owner's rather dubious inquiry as to their ability to sail, they replied to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy

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This number got over the orchestra chairs
15 July 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This offering can lay claim to contain merits as a comedy and has many strenuous scenes for the actors and actorines. Clarence and Percy get their share, and a dose or two more of aqua pura than the others in the cast. Well, they are the stars. This number got over the orchestra chairs for laughs. - The Moving Picture World, April 18, 1914


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 April 1914 (USA) See more »

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Edison Company See more »
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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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