Out West (1918)

Out West





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Having shot his fist five Comique Film Corporation comedies in New York, star-director Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle moved his unit to California to make Out West, and remained in the Golden State for the rest of his silent-screen career. Arbuckle plays the sheriff of a wild-and-wooly western town, where shootings, maimings and killings are an everyday occurrence. The local saloon even has a huge trap door to accommodate the falling bodies. Though no saint himself, Fatty is redeemed by the love of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Comedy
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Written By: Natalie Talmadge
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This is an entertaining, witty, fun slapstick comedy short, and I enjoyed it. There are a lot of good jokes, but then there are some that are repeated too much so they're not as funny. Overall it's mostly funny, and a pretty good short film.

Aj V

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I gotta say, there's some pretty funny old time slapstick here. Having Buster Keaton in a role is always good too. Arbuckle could've easily made this into feature length if he wanted to. On the other hand, there's some pretty racist stuff in here as well...

Dillon Lupky
Dillon Lupky

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