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Sailor-Made Man (A)

USA, English, 47 mins

  • Director: Fred C. Newmeyer
  • Writer: Hal Roach; Sam Taylor
  • Producer: Jeffrey Vance; Hal Roach

CGiii Comment

When The Girl's father insists that, before he will agree to The Boy's marrying his daughter, he must first prove that he can do something more worthwhile than act the playboy. He joins the navy. When his ship docks at a Middle Eastern kingdom, The Girl and her father also arrive by yacht. The local maharajah kidnaps The Girl and it is up to The Boy to rescue her.


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Cast & Characters

Harold Lloyd as The Boy;
Mildred Davis as The Girl;
Noah Young as The Rowdy Element;
Dick Sutherland as Maharajah of Khairpura-Bhandanna;
William Gillespie as Naval Officer in Dream Sequence;
Fred Guiol as Enlistee;
Wallace Howe as Doctor;
Gus Leonard as Lawyer;
Augustina Lopez as Cigar smoking woman at bazaar;
Jobyna Ralston as Bit Part;
Sybil Seely as Harem Girl;
Charles Stevenson as Recruiting Officer;
Leo Willis as Recruiting Officer

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