Roscoe Arbuckle's
films at
PARAMOUNT (1920-23)



The Round Up

Released lO Oct 1920. Copyright 26 Aug 1920. 7 reels. Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). George Melford (dir). Edmund Day (play). Tom Forman (scen). Paul Perry (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Slim Hoover), Tom Forman (Jack Payson), Irving Cummings (Dick Lane), Mabel Julienne Scott (Echo Allen), Jean Acker (Polly Hope), Guy Oliver (Uncle Jim), Lucien Littlefield (Parenthesis), Fred W. Huntley (Sagebrush Charlie), Wallace Beery (Buck McKee), Jane Wolfe (Josephine), George Kuwa (Chinese boy), Edward Sutherland (cowboy), Buster Keaton (bit as Indian).


The Life of the Party

Released l2 Dec 1920. Copyright 8 Nov 1920. 5 reels. Famous PlayersLasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Joseph Henabery (dir). Dick Johnston (asst dir). Irvin S. Cobb (story: Saturday Evening Post). Walter Woods (scene Karl Brown (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Algernon Leary), Viora Daniel (Milly Hollister), Winifred Greenwood (Mrs. Carraway), Roscoe Karns (Sam Perkins), Julia Faye (French Kate), Frank Campeau, Allen Connor (Jake), Frederick Starr (Bolton), Ben Lewis (Clay).



Brewster's Millions

Released Jan 1921. Copyright 4 Jan 1921. 6 reels. Color (tinted and toned). Famous PlayersLasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Frank E. Woods (sup). Joseph Henabery (dir). Dick Johnston (asst dir). George Barr McCutcheon (story: novel). Winched Smith (play). Walter Woods (seen). Karl Brown (cam). Wilfred Buckland (art dir). Roscoe Arbuckle (Montgomery Ingraham Brewster), Betty Ross Clark (Peggy Gray), Fred W. Huntley (Grandfather Brewster), Marian Skinner (Mrs. Brewster), James Corrigan (Grandfather Ingraham), Jean Acker (Barbara Drew), Charles Ogle (Captain Drew), Neely Edwards (MacLeod), William Boyd (Harrison), L.J. McCarthy (Ellis), Parker J. McConnell (Pettingill), John McFarland (Blake), Walter A. Coughlin.


The Dollar a Year Man

Released 3 Apr 1921. Copyright 3 Apr 1921. 5 reels. Color (tinted and toned). Famous PlayersLasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). James Cruze (dir). Vernon Keays (asst dir). Walter Woods (story/scen). Karl Brown (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Franklin Pinney, a laundryman), Lila Lee (Peggy Bruce), Winifred Greenwood (Kate Connelly), Jean M. Dumont (Tipton Blair, a Socialist), Edward Sutherland (Prince Rupert), Edwin Stevens (Colonel Bruce, a Secret Service agent), Henry Johnson (General Oberano).



The Traveling Salesman

Released 5 Jun 1921. Copyright 2 Jun 1921. 5 reels. Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist) . Joseph Henabery (dir). James Grant Forbes (play). Walter Woods (seen). Karl Brown (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Bob Blake), Betty Ross Clark (Beth Elliott), Frank Holland (Franklin Royce), Wilton Taylor (Martin Drury), Lucille Ward (Mrs. Babbitt), Jim Blackwell (Julius), Richard Wayne (Ted Watts), George C. Pearce (John Kimball), Robert Dudley (Pierce Gill), Gordon Rogers (Bill Crabb).



Gasoline Gus

Released 20 Aug 1921. 5 reels. Color (tinted and toned). Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Frank E. Woods (sup). James Cruzc (dir). Vernon Keays (asst dir). George Patullo (story: Saturday Evening Post). Walter Woods (adapt/secn). Karl Brown (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Augustus "Gasoline Gus" Peekr), Lila Lee (Sal Jo Banty), Charles Ogle (Nate Newberry), Theodore Lorch ("Dry Check" Charlie), Wilton Taylor (Judge Shortredge), Knute Erickson ("Scrap Iron" Swenson), Fred W. Huntley (Don Rayburn).


Crazy to Marry

Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Jesse L. Lastly ares). Frank E. Woods (sup). James Cruze (dir). Vernon Keays (asst dir). Frank Condon (story). Walter Woods (seen). Karl Brown (cam). Max Parker (art dir). Roscoe Arbuckle (Dr. Hobart Hupp), Lila Lee (Annabelle Landis), Lura Anson (Estrella De Morgan), Edwin Stevens (Henry De Morgan), Lillian Leigh ton (Sarah De Morgan), Bull Montana (Dago Red, a crook), Allen Durnell (Arthur Simmons), Sidney Bracy (Colonel Landis), Genevieve Blinn (Mrs. Landis), Clarence Burton (Gregory Slade, a lawyer), Henry Johnson (Norman Gregory, his son), Charles Ogle (cement man), Jackie Young (Cupid), Lucien Littlefield (minister).


Leap Year

Released (in Europe) 1921. 5 reels. Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). James Cruze (dir). Vernon Kcays (asst dir). Sarah Y. Mason (story). Walter Woods (seen). Karl Brown (cam). Roscoe Arbuckle (Stanley Piper), Mary Thurman (Phyllis Brown), Lucien Littlefield (Jeremiah Piper), Harriet Hammond (Loris Keene), Maude Wayne (Irene Rutherford), Clarence Geldart (Scott Travis), Winifred Greenwood (Mrs. Scott Travis), Allen Durnell (Tommy Blaine), Gertrude Short (Molly Morris), John McKinnon (Mumford).


Freight Prepaid

Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). James Cruze (dir). Curtis Benton (story). Roscoe Arbuckle (Erastus Berry), Lila Lee (Bonnie Daly), Nigel Barrie (John Hammond), Herbert Standing (Mr. Hammond), Raymond Hatton (minister).


Hollywood

Released l9 Aug 1923. Copyright 10 Jul 1923. 8 reels. Famous Players/Lasky Corporation (pro). Paramount Pictures (dist). Jesse L. Lasky (pres). James Cruze (dir). Frank Condon (story). Tom Ceraghty (adapt). Karl Broam (cam). Hope Drown (Angela Whitaker) Luke Cosgrave (Joel Whitaker), George K. Arthur (Lem Lefferts), Ruby Lafayette (Grandmother Whitaker), Harris Gordon (Dr. Luke Morrison), Bess Flowers (Hortense Towers), Eleanor Lawson (Margaret Whitaker), King Zany (Horace Pringle), Roscoe Arbuckle (man in casting director's office). Also Gertrude Astor, Mary Astor, Agnes Ayres, Baby Peggy, T. Roy Barnes, Noah Beery, William Boyd, Clarence Burton, Robert Cain, Edythe Chapman, Betty Compson, Ricardo Cortez, Viola Dana, Cecil B. DeMille, William DeMille, Charles DeRoche, Dinky Dean, Helen Dunbar, Snitz Edwards, George Fawcett, Julia Faye, James Finlayson, Alec B. Francis, Jack Gardner Sid Grauman, Alfred E. Green, Alan Hale Lloyd Hamilton, Hope Hampton, William S. Hart, Gale Henry, Walter Hiers, Mrs. Walter Hiers, Stuart Holmes, Sigrid Holmquist, Jack Holt, Leatrice Joy, Mayme Kelso, J. Warren Kerrigan, Theodore Kosloff Kosloff Dancers, Lila Lee, Lillian Leighton, Jacqueline Logan, Mae McAvoy, Robert McKim, Jeanie Macpherson, Hank Mann, Joe Martin, Thomas Meighan, Bull Montana, Owen Moore, Nita Naldi, Pola Negri, Anna Q. Nilsson, Charles Ogle, Guy Oliver, Kalla Pasha, Eileen Percy, Carmen Phillips, Jack Pickford, Chuck Reisner, Fritzi Ridgeway, Will Rogers, Sennett Girls, Ford Sterling, Anita Stewart, George Stewart, Gloria Swanson, Estelle Taylor, Ben Turpin, Bryant Washburn, Maude Wayne, Claire West, Laurence Wheat, Lois Wilson.

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