April Fool (1926 film)

April Fool is an American romantic comedy silent film released in 1926 about a worker struggling to make ends meet in a Jewish neighborhood in the city, his daughter, his love interest, and his daughter's prankster friend.[1] The 67 minute black and white film with subtitles stars Baby Peggy, Alexander Carr and Duane Thompson. It was directed by Nat Ross.[2][3]

April Fool
Directed byNat Ross
Produced byChadwick Pictures
Written byZion Myers
Based ona play by Alexander Carr and Edgar Allan Woolf
CinematographyL. William O'Connell
Distributed byChadwick Pictures
Release date
November 15, 1926
Running time
LanguageSilent..English titles

The main character loses his job pressing clothes in a tailor sweatshop and resorts to selling used umbrellas. His love interest is a widower who runs a deli where his daughter is looked after.



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