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The Sawmill

1922

This got famous for the most expensive short silent comedy that was ever produced. A bumbling sawmill employee (Larry Semon) tries to win the hand of the owner's daughter (Ann Hastings) while staying out of the clutches of the mill's bullying foreman (Oliver Hardy).

The Sawmill is a 1922 American comedy film directed by Larry Semon and featuring Oliver Hardy.[1]

Cast
Larry Semon as The dumb-bell
Oliver Hardy as The foreman (credited as Babe Hardy)
Frank Alexander as Mill owner
Kathleen O'Connor as The boss's daughter
Ann Hastings as The owner's daughter
Al Thompson as The boss
Rosa Gore
William Hauber
Peter Ormonds
Pal the Dog
Dorothy Dwan - Undetermined Role (uncredited)
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Albert E. Smith

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