Harry Langdon: The Forgotten Clown
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Harry Langdon: The Forgotten Clown
While Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd are the silent film era's most famous clowns, this trilogy of short features showcases their lesser-known but equally talented contemporary, Harry Langdon. The Strong Man -- considered by some as Langdon's best film -- marked the debut of legendary director Frank Capra, who also helmed 1927's Long Pants. In Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Langdon courts none other than Joan Crawford.