All Wet Trailer

All Wet Trailer (1922)

02 September 1922 Fantasy, Comedy 20 mins

A newly married couple looking for a house come up against a crooked real estate agent. “The film starts out as a remake of 1916’s FATTY AND MABEL ADRIFT, while the second reel turns into “Al St John meets George Méliès,” as it depicts Al’s adventures under the sea with giant fish, a squid, a few mermaids, and other sea creatures.” (Steve Massa, 2010)

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Al St. John

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United States 02 September 1922

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