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|The Perfect Clown|
|Directed by||Fred C. Newmeyer|
|Written by||Thomas J. Crizer|
Nicholas T. Barrows
|Distributed by||Chadwick Pictures|
The Perfect Clown is a 1925 American silent slapstick comedy motion picture starring Larry Semon and Kate Price. It features an early screen appearance by Oliver Hardy. Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer, the screenplay was written by Thomas J. Crizer, who also wrote the subtitles along with Charlie Saxton.
The story is about a clerk who is given $10,000 to deposit at the bank, but the bank is closed for the night so he tries to get to the bank president's house with the money.
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