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Marceline Day and Jack Richardson
Directed by Del Lord
Produced by Mack Sennett Comedies
Starring Sid Smith, Vernon Dent, Marceline Day, Anna Hernandez, Jack Richardson
Cinematography George Spear, George Unholz
Distributed by Pathé Exchange, Inc.
Release date May 18, 1924
Running time 19 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent film, English intertitles
This film is part of our series 'Hidden Gems'. It can be watched by registered users who make a donation. For more details, please click here.
We have included this film in our program to illustrate the work and contributions of our star Marceline Day.
"Black Oxfords" is an entertaining Mack Sennett short comedy. The film is significant for Marceline Day's first leading role, in which we can see the very beginning of her illustrious career. "Black Oxfords" was released only days after her 16th birthday. In just a couple years Marceline Day's meteoric rise through the movie star ranks would take her to partnerships with Buster Keaton, Lon Chaney, J. Barrymore, Norman Kerry, Lars Hanson and other male screen luminaries.
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Marceline Day and Anna Hernandez worry that their home may be foreclosed in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day tries to comfort Anna Hernandez in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day rebuffs an unwanted advance from Jack Richardson in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day worries again as Jack Richardson shows the foreclosure threat in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day brings some good news to Anna Hernandez in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day and Vernon Dent fall off the carriage in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day and Vernon Dent
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