Keystone comedies with Mabel Normand | Chicago Reader

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The only major comedienne of the silent era, Mabel Normand held her own on-screen with Charlie Chaplin and Fatty Arbuckle before cocaine abuse and a series of scandals destroyed her career. These two comedies were both made at Mack Sennett's Keystone studios: The Water Nymph (1912, 18 min.), directed by Sennett, and The Extra Girl (1923, 68 min.), directed by F. Richard James.

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