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"A Dozen Socks" is a short Mack Sennett comedy starring Alice Day, a star of Silent Hall of Fame.
This film print is very rough. Unfortunately very few of Alice Day's films survive, so let's appreciate what we have and enjoy this short comedy. If someone has a copy of the film with better quality, please let us know.
Directed by Earle Rodney, Larry Semon (uncredited)
Produced by Mack Sennett
Scenario Larry Semon
Starring Alice Day, Danny O'Shea, Barney Hellum
Cinematography William Williams
Distributed by Pathecomedy
Film Editor William Hornbeck
Release date March 13, 1927
Running time 14 m.
Country United States
You can see a slideshow of stills from this film and other interesting stuff on our website silent-hall-of-fame.org.
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