Laughing Like We Used To

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The Dancing Pig (1907)
'The Dancing Pig (1907)' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered nitrate…
The Monkey Race (1909)
'The Monkey Race (1909)' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered nitrate…
I Fetch The Bread (1907)
'I Fetch The Bread (1907)' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered…
Artheme Swallows His Clarinet (1912)
'Artheme Swallows His Clarinet (1912)' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered…
Kid's Auto Race (1914) - Charles Chaplin
'Kid's Auto Race (1914)--Charles Chaplin' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered…
The Pest (1922) - Stan Laurel
'The Pest (1922)--Stan Laurel' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered nitrate…
Lizzies Of The Field (1924) - Mack Sennett
'Lizzies Of The Field (1924)--Mack Sennett' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a…

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