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Soldier Man

Harry Langdon in a fatal embrace in "Soldier Man"

Starring: Harry Langdon
Director: Harry Edwards
Writers: Frank Capra and Arthur Ripley. Al Giebler, titles
Produced by Mack Sennett
Release Date: 1 May 1926
Timing: 31:13

Genre: Comedy

Synopsis: Harry, the only American soldier left in France after WWI, is mistaken for a King (who he is a dead ringer for) and put onto his throne, even though all he wants is a square meal.

Music by Andrew Earle Simpson

Number of players: 5
Scoring: Eb clarinet, 2 Bb clarinets, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, balloons, whoopee cushions, electric guitar, percussion, piano, and electric bass.

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