||Roscoe Arbuckle and Minta Durfee.
Frame enlargement: Silent Era image collection.
Leading Lizzie Astray
B&W : One reel
Directed by Roscoe Arbuckle
Cast: Minta Durfee [Lizzie], Roscoe Arbuckle [her beau], [?] Ed Brady? [the city slicker], Fritz Schade [Lizzie’s father], Billie Bennett [Lizzie’s mother], Edgar Kennedy [the slicker’s driver], Glen Cavender [the café proprietor], Mack Swain [the enthusiastic café patron], [?] Charley Chase? [his sidekick at the café], Harry McCoy [the intruding drunk at the café; the café pianist; and a bouncer], Phyllis Allen [a café patron], Dixie Chene [a café patron], Frank Hayes [the monocled café patron], Charles Lakin [a café patron], Al St. John [a café patron; and a bouncer], George ‘Slim’ Summerville [a café patron], [?] Grover Ligon? [a café waiter], [?] Dan Albert? [a café patron], [?] Cecile Arnold? [a café patron], [?] Joe Bordeaux? [a café patron], [?] Vivian Edwards? [a café patron], [?] Helen Carruthers? [a café patron], [?] Jess Dandy? [a café patron], [?] Ted Edwards? [the sailor café patron], [?] ? [the café singer], [?] Edward Cline (Eddie Cline)? [the billyclub policeman], [?] ? [the other policeman]
The Keystone Film Company production; distributed by Mutual Film Corporation. / Produced by Mack Sennett. / © 30 November 1914 by The Keystone Film Company. Released 30 November 1914. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Working title: The Country Girl. [?] Completed or shipped? on 18 November 1914. Cast attributions for Billy Gilbert, Steve Murphy and Leo White appear to be in error.
Survival status: Prints exist in the film holdings of Film Preservation Associates; and in private film collections [8mm reduction positives].
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Listing updated: 29 January 2015.
References: Film credits, film viewing : Edmonds-Arbuckle p. 255; Lahue-Kops p. 150; Lahue-Mack p. 297; Lahue-World p. 75 : Website-IMDb.
Home video: DVD.