The Lunatic at Large (1927)
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Leon Errol in The Lunatic at Large
BY EVERY TOWN IN THE COUNTRY
Age, between twenty and forty, depending on the weather.
Height, 5'7" when wearing cap, 6'3" when wearing silk hat
Weight, 140 lbs. a.d. (after dinner.) Weight till you see him.
Record, some time ago he disguised as a pirate, and captured the hearts of the movie public.
Description, he is the funniest man you've ever seen. His weak ankles and crazy legs constantly cave under like a folding chair. One look at them will supply you with enough laughs to last an ordinary life time. He's the Napoleon of Mirth, the Caesar of Comedy and the Grand Duke of Giggles.
10,000 laughs is the guaranteed reward for any one reporting the lunatic at large to the address on the reverse side of this folder.
First National Pictures, Inc. Presents
LEON ERROL in THE LUNATIC AT LARGE
Dorothy Mackaill and Kenneth MacKenna
Adapted from J. Storer Clouston's Stories -- Directed by Fred Newmeyer
A First National Picture
He thought she was Napoleon until SHE crossed his path -- then he thought he was Romeo. But he wasn't. Must have been two other fellows. And he put one of them through the greatest thrill and comedy fest you've ever seen.
Whoops! What a whirlwind! See the giant dirigible do a 6,000 foot nose dive. Whoops!
with Leon Errol, Dorothy Mackaill, and Kenneth MacKenna. Directed by Fred Newmeyer. First National.
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Last Modified April 19, 2010