Hands Up! (1926)

Montague Love, Raymond Griffith and Mack Swain in HANDS UP! (1926)

(Fourth from right) Montague Love, (second from right)Raymond Griffith, and Mack Swain.

Raymond Griffith and Jim Blackwell in HANDS UP! (1926)

Raymond Griffith and Jim Blackwell

Raymond Griffith in HANDS UP! (1926)

Raymond Griffith (center)

Virginia Lee Corbin and Raymond Griffith in HANDS UP! (1926)

Virginia Lee Corbin and Raymond Griffith

Montague Love, Raymond Griffith, and Mack Swain in HANDS UP! (1926)

Montague Love, Raymond Griffith and Mack Swain

Montague Love, Raymond Griffith and Mack Swain in HANDS UP! (1926)

Montague Love (fourth from left), Raymond Griffith and Mack Swain

Montague Love and Raymond Griffith in HANDS UP! (1926)

Montague Love and Raymond Griffith

Raymond Griffith, Montague Love and Mack Swain in HANDS UP! (1926)

unknown, Raymond Griffith, Montague Love and Mack Swain

Montague Love and Raymond Griffith in HANDS UP! (1926)

Montague Love, Raymond Griffith and unknown

Marion Nixon, Raymond Griffith, and Virginia Lee Corbin in HANDS UP! (1926)

Marion Nixon, Raymond Griffith, and Virginia Lee Corbin. This still was retouched, including making a window behind the actors, for use in a magazine or newspaper.

Production still from HANDS UP! (1926) with Clarence Badger, Raymond Griffith and Noble Johnson

This production still shows visitors to the set, with director Clarence Badger standing on the left,
Raymond Griffith standing center, and Noble Johnson in Native American headdress.

HANDS UP! (1925) postcard with Raymond Griffith

Raymond Griffith in HANDS UP!
A Paramount Picture
postcard

HANDS UP! advertising herald with Raymond Griffith

You'll put your Hands Up and scream with laughter.

Of all the comedies ever made "Hands Up" will win Hands down.

You'll never laugh this one off

Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky present

RAYMOND GRIFFITH in "Hands Up!" with Marion Nixon

From the story by Monty Brice
Directed by Clarence Badger
Screen Play by Reginald Morris

 

HANDS UP! advertising herald with Raymond Griffith

Lehr (theater) Tuesday Eve


with Raymond Griffith, Mack Swain, Virginia Lee Corbin, and Montague Love. Directed by Clarence Badger.
Paramount.

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Books

The Silent Clowns by Walter Kerr, pp. 302-306.

A-Z of Silent Film Comedy, by Glenn Mitchell, pp. 112-115.

The Great Movie Comedians, by Leonard Maltin, pp 84-85.

The Parade's Gone By by Kevin Brownlow, pp. 441-444.


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