Cap'n Profan!ty - 2009-05-03 I think so. Wow. Also, way to have dusty streets and no lines. Those who say New York is chaotic now...you have no idea.
Albuquerque Halsey - 2009-05-03 "Babe Ruth makes an extended cameo appearance as himself, as Speedy's cab customer. Ruth was a fan of Lloyd, and director Wilde had directed him the previous year in the film The Babe Comes Home."
MrBuddy - 2009-05-03 I sware the driver looks like Harold Lloyd and he's well know for comedies with lots of dangerous near misses.
KnowFuture - 2009-05-03 Did people in the 1920s get annoyed by constantly hearing that AOOOGAH car horn the way people these days get pissed off at car alarms?
manfred - 2009-05-03 No wonder Lovecraft hated it there.
Stupid Lisa Garbage Face - 2009-05-03 I live to believe at the first screening of this silent film someones job was to sit in the back honking a car horn.