Coney Island

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This two-reeler by Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle involves a man (Arbuckle) who escapes from his battle-axe wife Agnes Neilson by disappearing into Coney Island. There, he encounters Al St. John and the two of them vie for the girlfriend (Alice Mann) of Buster Keaton. This scrambled plot is merely an excuse for a vast array of timeless gags. It's entertaining enough to watch these three clowns turn the amusement park upside down, but what's really notable about Coney Island is Keaton's performance. His face hasn't yet frozen into its familiar deadpan, and he mugs throughout the film almost as much as Al St. John!

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  • Sep 12, 2016
    Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle made many shorts with Mabel Normand and then prior to the pairing of Laurel and Hardy he made several shorts with Buster Keaton. This is one such teaming between Fatty and Buster. Amusement park and beach antics. Al St. John plays a third rival for the pretty girl in all the slapstick chaos. Reading the synopsis makes it sound quite complicated. Exactly what happens in the plot is not so important though as the physical gags.
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