The Cook (1918)

The Cook


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At the Bull Pup Cafe, silent film comedian Fatty Arbuckle is chef of all trades while comic legend Buster Keaton waits tables in his own inimitable fashion. When a tough guy annoys the pretty cashier, Keaton comes to her defense with help from feisty canine defender Luke the Dog. The Cook was long considered one of cinema's lost holy grails until its discovery in 1998. Also includes A Reckless Romeo and the short film "Number, Please?"

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Classics, Comedy
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Written By: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
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On DVD: Feb 11, 2003


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Chris Farley seems to have stolen from Fatty Arbuckle but who wouldn't? Well, except for the time Arbuckle was charged with raping an actress with a coke bottle... in real life. though that'd make one hell of a silent short comedy.

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