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Hop to It!
Also known as Hop to It, Bellhop in the United Kingdom
(1925) American
B&W : Two reels
Directed by Ted Burnsten

Cast: Babe Hardy (Oliver Hardy) [a bell hop from New Jersey], Bobby Ray [another goof, a bell hop], Janet Dawn [a saleswoman hotel guest], Frank Alexander [a salesman hotel guest]

[?] Cumberland Productions, Incorporated? production; distributed by Arrow Film Corporation [Mirthquake]. / Produced by Billy West. / Released 1 July 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.

Comedy.

Survival status: Print exists [16mm reduction positive].

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: African-Americans - Alcohol: Bottles, Drunkeness, Drunks - Baths - Bathtubs - Buildings: Awnings, Fire escapes, Rooftops - Chases - Communication: Telephones - Crime: Robbery (Attempted) - Electric fans - Elevators - Fainting - Falls - Fights - Fire: Firehoses - Flagpoles - Flags: American - Furniture: Beds, Chairs - Hotels: Bellhops, Desk clerks, Janitors, Maids - Ink - Laundry: Hampers - Luggage: Satchels, Suitcases, Trunks - Money - Police: Policemen - Salesmen - Smoke - Tobacco: Cigarettes - Tools: Axes - Transportation: Automobiles, Taxicabs - Weapons: Guns (Pistols)

Listing updated: 26 November 2008.

References: Film credits, film viewing.

Home video: DVD.

 
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