Goof on the Loose
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Goof on the Loose is an American 1963 comedy short subject directed by Ray Dennis Steckler. It is an homage to silent film comedians, and thus is a silent film in itself. The story shows the adventures of a drunkard and a goof in a small town. It was filmed at Echo Park Lake, Echo Park, Los Angeles.
- Rick Dennis - The Drunkard
- Bert Leu Van - The Goof
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