The Rodeo

(1929)
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Overview

The film begins with a family at home having a meal. The biggest laugh involved some candles being substituted for asparagus and the hilarity that resulted when the people and dog at them. Later, the decide to go to the rodeo but 1001 problems occur on the way there in the car.

  1. Alfred J. Goulding

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Raymond McKee

    Raymond McKee

    Jimmy Smith

  2. Ruth Hiatt

    Ruth Hiatt

    Mabel Smith

  3. Mary Ann Jackson

    Mary Ann Jackson

    Bubbles Smith

  4. Andy Clyde

    Andy Clyde

    Uncle Bill Cootie

  5. Irving Bacon

    Irving Bacon

    Mabel's Father, Jimmy's Father-in-Law

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 24, 1929
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

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50

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