Roscoe Arbuckle's films at
COMIQUE (1918-20)



Out West

Released 20 Jan 1918. Copyright 20 Feb 1918. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro/cc). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Herbert Warren (seen ed). Natalie Talmadge (seen). George Peters (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (town stranger and new bartender), Buster Keaton (dude gambler), Al St. John (outlaw), Alice Lake (Salvation Army girl).


The Bell Boy

Released l8 Mar 1918. Copyright 7 Mar 1918.2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Herbert Warren (seen ed). George Peters (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (hotel bellboy, barber and general helper), Buster Keaton (asst. bellboy), Al St. John (night clerk), Alice Lake (manicurist), Joe Keaton (rube), Charles Dudley (hotel guest).



Moonshine

Released l3 May 1918. Copyright 6 May 1918. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Herbert Warren (seen ed). George Peters (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (revenue officer), Buster Keaton (his assistant), Al St. John (moonshiner), Charles Dudley (his father and feud leader), Alice Lake (girl), Joe Bordeau.



Good Night, Nurse!

Released 8 Jul 1918. Copyright 22 Jun 1918. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Herbert Warren (seen ed). George Peters (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (resort guest/"nurse"), Buster Keaton (visitor/doctor), Al St. John (assistant), Alice Lake (patient), Kate Price (nurse), Joe Keaton (assistant).


The Cook

Released l5 Sep 1918. Copyright 20 Aug 1918.2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro/cc). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Roscoe Arbuckle (cook), Buster Keaton (waiter and general helper), Al St. John (rival lover), Alice Lake (cashier), Glen Cavender.


The Sheriff

Released 24 Nov 1918. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Picture (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Roscoe Arbuckle (sheriff), Betty Compson (schoolteacher), Mario Bianchi, Glen Cavender.


Camping Out

Released 5 Jan 1919. Copyright 31 Dec 1918. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Roscoe Arbuckle, Al St. John, Alice Lake.


The Pullman Porter

Released l6 Feb 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Roscoe Arbuckle.


Love

Released 2 Mar 1919. Copyright 21 Feb 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Vincent Bryan (scen). Roscoe Arbuckle (farm boy), Al St. John (rich boy and rival lover), Winifred Westover (farmer's daughter).


The Bank Clerk

Released 5 Apr 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Roscoe Arbuckle, Molly Malone.


A Desert Hero

Released l Jun 1919; and 15 Jun 1919. Copyright l3 Jun 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Jean Hava (scen). Roscoe Arbuckle (sheriff, the desert hero), Al St. John (bad man), Molly Malone (young girl), Monte Collins (old man).



Back Stage

Released 7 Sep 1919. Copyright 20 Aug 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Jean Hava (scen). Roscoe Arbuckle (stage manager), Buster Keaton (stagehand), Al St. John (stagehand), Molly Malone (young girl), John Coogan (dancer).


The Hayseed

Released 26 Oct 1919. Copyright 13 Oct 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Jean Havez (scen). Roscoe Arbuckle (rural mail carrier), Buster Keaton (general helper), Al St. John (crooked sheriff), Molly Malone (young girl).



The Garage

Released 11 Jan 1920. Copyright l5 Dec 1919. 2 reels. Comique Film Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Roscoe Arbuckle (dir/writ). Jean Havez (scen). Elgin Lessley (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (chief of fire department), Buster Keaton (assistant chief of fire department), Molly Malone (young girl), Harry McCoy (foiled lover), Daniel Crimmins (old man), Luke (mad dog).



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