Time, the Comedian

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Time, the Comedian
Directed by Robert Z. Leonard
Written by Fanny Hatton and Frederic Hatton
Starring Mae Busch
Lew Cody
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release dates
  • November 8, 1925 (1925-11-08)
Running time 50 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent
English intertitles

Time, the Comedian is a 1925 film directed by Robert Z. Leonard. The film stars Mae Busch and Lew Cody. The film was a hit.[1]

Plot[edit]

Singer Nora (Mae Busch) left her husband for new flame Larry (Lew Cody); her husband's suicide cools the affair, and the pair meets again when, years later, Larry meets and falls in love with Nora's daughter.

Cast[edit]

  • Mae Busch - Nora Dakon
  • Lew Cody - Larry Brundage
  • Gertrude Olmstead - Ruth Dakon
  • Rae Ethelyn - Ruth Dakon, as a child
  • Roy Stewart - Michael Lawler
  • Paulette Duval - Mrs. St. Germaine
  • Creighton Hale - Tom Cautley
  • Nellie Parker Spaulding - Aunt Abbey
  • Robert Ober - Anthony Dakon
  • David Mir - Count de Brissac
  • Templar Saxe - Prince Strotoff
  • Mildred Vincent - Swedish Maid

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eames, John Douglas, The MGM Story, 1981

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