The Little Widow (1919)

Lobby card for THE LITTLE WIDOW (1919) with Billy Armstrong, Myrtle Lind, Ford Sterling, and Teddy the dog

Paramount

"THE LITTLE WIDOW"
with
FORD STERLING, BILLY ARMSTRONG & MYRTLE LIND

Famous Players - Lasky Corp. - 1919

A Paramount Mack Sennett Comedy

with Teddy the dog

lobby card


The Mack Sennett comedy, "The Little Widow," closed the show. In it Ford Sterling and Billy Armstrong play grafting attorneys seeking the hand of a supposed widow who is coming into a fortune. At the crucial moment the "widow's" husband returns from the war and both get stung. There is a wonderful child and a remarkable Great Dane. The comedy is as fast and furious as are all those turned out in the Sennett factory. Mal St. Clair and Bert Roach directed.
-- Variety, May, 12, 1919, p. 59


with Ford Sterling, Myrtle Lind, Billy Armstrong, and Teddy the dog. Directed by Bert Roach and Malcolm St. Clair. Mack Sennett/Paramount.

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