Three Wise Goofs (1925)

Comedy | October 1925

Director:

Jimmy Davis

Cinematographer:

Edgar Lyons

Production Company:

Standard Cinema Corp.
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PRODUCTION TEXT
A Standard Comedy
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Release Date:
October 1925
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Date
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Standard Cinema Corp.
4 October 1925
LP21896
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
gauge
35mm
Widescreen/ratio
1.33:1
Length(in reels):
2
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Josephine Brown receives a telegram from brother Reggy saying he'll be home today and asking the family to wait dinner for him. Although the family has already sat down to eat, Josephine determines that a special meal is in order for Reggy, so she has the table cleared and sets the cook to work. However, father and brothers Kewpie, Filbert and Egbert, are hungry now and they try their best to get something to eat before the rescheduled dinner. Havoc ensues, the new meal is ruined, and after all this trouble, Josephine receives another telegram from Reggy stating that the governor has changed his mind and that he won't be out for another three ...

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Josephine Brown receives a telegram from brother Reggy saying he'll be home today and asking the family to wait dinner for him. Although the family has already sat down to eat, Josephine determines that a special meal is in order for Reggy, so she has the table cleared and sets the cook to work. However, father and brothers Kewpie, Filbert and Egbert, are hungry now and they try their best to get something to eat before the rescheduled dinner. Havoc ensues, the new meal is ruined, and after all this trouble, Josephine receives another telegram from Reggy stating that the governor has changed his mind and that he won't be out for another three years.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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