Rookies (1927)

Karl Dane instructs George K. Arthur in army training in ROOKIES (1927)

Karl Dane, George K. Arthur

George K. Artur and Marceline Day in ROOKIES (1927)

286-19 George K. Arthur and Marceline Day

Frank Currier, Marceline Day and Karl Dane in ROOKIES (1927)

286-27 Frank Currier, Marceline Day and Karl Dane

Karl Dane in ROOKIES (1927)

286-98 Karl Dane

George K. Arthur, and Marcelline Day in ROOKIES (1927)

286-120 George K. Arthur and Marceline Day

Karl Dane, George K. Arthur, and Marcelline Day in ROOKIES (1927)

286-121 Karl Dane, George K. Arthur and Marceline Day

George K. Arthur in ROOKIES (1927)

286-144 George K. Arthur (center)

George K. Arthur in ROOKIES (1927)

286-146 George K. Arthur

George K. Arthur, Karl Dane and E.H. Calvert in ROOKIES (1927)

286-168 George K. Arthur, Karl Dane, E.H. Calvert

George K. Arthur, and Marcelline Day in ROOKIES (1927)

286-201 George K. Arthur, Lincoln Steadman, Marceline Day and E.H. Calvert.  Part of this photo is missing.

Karl Dane, George K. Arthur, and Marcelline Day in ROOKIES (1927)

286-207 Karl Dane, George K. Arthur, Lincoln Steadman, E. H. Calvert, and Marceline Day (in fur coat)

Marceline Day and Karl Dane in ROOKIES (1927)

286-225 The upper-right-hand corner of this photo was missing. Frank Currier, Marceline Day, and Karl Dane.

George K. Arthur and Karl Dane held apart by a policeman  in ROOKIES (1927)

286-257 George K. Arthur (left center) and Karl Dane (right center)

George K. Arthur in an army uniform for ROOKIES (1927).

286-x-2 George K. Arthur in a wardrobe photo.

Karl Dane and George K. Arthur in ROOKIES (1927).

Karl Dane and George K. Arthur. This is a proof and is stamped January 12, 1927 on the negative.

ROOKIES (1927) herald with George K. Arthur

ROOKIES

The World's Funniest Picture!

Country of Origin U.S.A.

ROOKIES (1927) herald with Karl Dane, George K. Arthur and Marceline Day

Karl Dane, George K. Arthur in ROOKIES
Story and continuity by Byron Morgan -- Directed by Sam Wood
with Marceline Day

The Greatest Comedy Team ever Known in the Biggest Comedy of Our Times!

Here is positively the funniest picture ever made, introducing Karl Dane, the "Slim" of "The Big Parade," and George K. Arthur as the world's knockout comedy team.  From coast to coast, the country has roared a welcome such as rarely greets a film.

Taking no chances.

Blowing the blues away.

A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture.


with Karl Dane, George K. Arthur, and Marceline Day. Directed by Sam Wood. MGM.

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