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Cliff Bowes

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One of the featured stars of Educational's "Cameo Comedies," Cliff Bowes had been around comedies since the early days of Keystone, where he can be spotted, briefly, in such farces as Chaplin's Caught in a Cabaret (1914) and Chester Conklin's A Tugboat Romeo (1916). Rarely seen in features (he was Eva Novak's unlucky suitor in Up in Mary's Attic, 1920), Bowes came into his own in the "Cameo Comedies" in the mid-'20s, usually playing befuddled young men. At least two of Bowe's starring comedies survive: Fun's Fun (1925), a marital farce not unlike the later Blondie series, and Ship Shape (1926), in which Bowes joins the navy after spotting his girlfriend kissing another man (who turns out to be her brother!).

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MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Comedians, The - V. 2
  • Actor
1915
No Score Yet Caught in a Cabaret
  • Actor
1914

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