id: Unidentified Film No. 200
director: Unknown
year: ca. 1923
country: USA
[TOURIST] ca. 1923
LENGTH: 1 reel (850')
FORMAT: 35mm Nitrate
EDGEMARKS: Titles: Negative print-thru (1923); Film: Agfa, Neg print-thru visible in small holes left by printer - could be triangle square (1924) or square triangle (1927); Distributor's logo: EK circle, circle, circle (1928)

CONTENT DESCRIPTION: Title is from first IT/title, though looks like it is the first IT as it fades up to what looks like an opening scene introducing main character. Hem Lock rides into town in a boxcar. He has a series of misadventures, then is given a place to stay and has a series of dreams.

This unidentified film is among the American films being examined at the New Zealand Film Archive/Ngā Kaitiaki O Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua through a research grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the National Film Preservation Foundation.
That is a young Chico Marx in Humor Risk 1921 on slide 8. I would know as I was friends with Groucho´s son Arthur.

On slide 7 Harpo is on the back and Groucho is pedaling away
Slide 3 is Chico runnig away from gunfire.
Landon Meeker, 15.04.2019
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