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Seven Chances


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  Seven Chances Review
Tookey's Rating
6 /10
 
Average Rating
7.50 /10
 
Starring
Buster Keaton , Ruth Dwyer, Ray Barnes
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Directed by: Buster Keaton
Written by: Clyde Bruckman, Jean Havez, Joseph A. Mitchell, from Roi Cooper Megrue's play

 
 
 
Released: 1925
   
Genre: SILENT
IMPORTANT
COMEDY
   
Origin: US
   
Colour: BW
   
Length: 69
 
 


 
In order to claim a seven million dollar inheritance, a young man (Buster Keaton, pictured) has to find a girl willing to marry him; this turns out not to as straightforward as he had hoped.
Reviewed by Chris Tookey

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Not one of Keaton's best, since repetitiousness sets in after his first few tries at matrimony. Fortunately for him and the film's prospects, after a sneak preview suggested the film was going to be a flop, he came up with a famous, and very funny, climax where his flight from an army of pursuing women causes an avalanche.


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