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Cook And Other Treasures movie was released Feb 11, 2003 by the Image Entertainment studio. At the Bull Pup Cafe, Fatty Arbuckle is chef of all trades while Buster Keaton waits tables in own inimitable fashion. Cook And Other Treasures movie Also includes "A Reckless Romeo," "Number Please", featuring Harold Lloyd.
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Lost for years, and finally unearthed in 1998 at the Norsk Filminstitutt, THE COOK finds Fatty Arbuckle and Buster Keaton running a restaurant together Cook And Other Treasures video. Arbuckle plays the cook of the title, Keaton a waiter Cook And Other Treasures film. ...See Full Description
Cook And Other Treasures movie Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5528298|
|Release Date||Feb 11, 2003|
|Running Time||66 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Black & White; Silent|
|Movie Details||Tinted; Digitally Processed; Digital Sound; Black & White; Silent|
Cook And Other Treasures DVD Features
At the Bull Pup Cafe, Fatty Arbuckle is chef of all trades while Buster Keaton waits tables in own inimitable fashion. When a tough guy annoys the pretty cashier, Keaton comes to her defense with help from Luke the Dog, feisty canine defender of womanhood! One of the finest and funniest of these comedians' collaborations, "The Cook" was long considered one of cinema's lost holy grails until its discovery in 1998 among a cache of undentified nitrate prints at the Norsk Filminstitutt, followed by the discovery of even more footage in 2002 at the Nederlands Filmmuseum! This new edition combines the sources to approximate the original U.S. release of this comic milestone. Also included is "A Reckless Romeo," a legendary lost film also recovered. Arbuckle is at the height of his comedic talents as an adventurous young husband exploring greener pastures, but his attempts at indiscretion at the Palisades Amusement Park are filmed by a newsreel cameraman and shown at the local movie house with both philanderers' nearest and dearest in attendance! Arbuckle's "escape" is one of the most memorable endings of any cinematic comedy.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital Mono - English
Additional Release Material:
Shorts: NUMBER, PLEASE? - Harold Lloyd
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