Reginald Denny Collection: The Reckless Age, Skinner's Dress Suit, What Happened to Jones?

Directed by Harry Pollard, and William A. Seiter

Year: 1924
Running Time: 221
Color Type: B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Country: U.S.
Language: English
Genres: Comedy, Drama
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Reginald Denny Collection: The Reckless Age, Skinner's Dress Suit, What Happened to Jones?

Cast
Reginald Denny
Laura La Plante
Hedda Hopper
Marian Nixon
Zasu Pitts

Crew
Directed by Harry Pollard and William A. Seiter


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The Reginald Denny Collection gathers three silent features from the career of the debonair British star: The Reckless Age, Skinner’s Dress Suit, and What Happened to Jones? The former amateur boxing champion made his name in a series of two-reelers about the fighting life, The Leather Pushers (1922), but soon made his way up to leading man. In the romantic comedy The Reckless Age Denny plays an insurance agent who insinuates himself into the case of a wealthy heiress. In Skinner’s Dress Suit, directed by comedy ace William A. Seiter (Sons of the Desert), he is a shy clerk who asks his boss for a raise at the urging of his wife. His request is rejected, but he lies to his wife, who immediately goes out and buys an expensive suit, an act that upends his once-ordered life. And in What Happened to Jones?, also directed by Seiter, Denny plays a wealthy young bachelor on the night before his wedding. He is convinced to attend a poker party which is promptly raided, sending him on the run in a series of increasingly hilarious disguises.

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