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|That's My Daddy|
|Directed by||Fred C. Newmeyer|
|Written by||Reginald Denny (story)|
Jane La Verne
|Cinematography||Arthur L. Todd|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|6,073 feet (6 reels)|
That's My Daddy is a 1928 American silent comedy starring Reginald Denny and Barbara Kent. The film's story is credited to Denny; though the direction is credited to Fred C. Newmeyer, Denny claimed to have directed most of the film himself. The film survives and has been preserved by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
After being unavailable to the public for many decades, the film was screened at the Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto, California, on August 24, 2007 (on a double bill with Denny's 1925 film I'll Show You the Town), and again on August 13, 2014. In both cases, the films were introduced and accompanied by the organist Dennis James.
- Brownlow, Kevin. The Parade's Gone by. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press. p 41. ISBN 0-520-03068-0
- "Feature Films Preserved by UCLA, 1977–2013". UCLA Film & Television Archive. Retrieved 23 August 2014.
- Stanford Theatre: Summer 2007 Schedule
- Stanford Theatre: Summer 2014 Schedule
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