Hooligan Assists the Magician (1900)

USA,
30.48 metres
35mm film, black and white, 1.33:1
silent

An American fantasy film. It was filmed at Vitagraph's roof-top studio in New York at some point between September and November 1900.

Plot Summary

causes mayhem when he takes to the stage to help a magician. The magician vanishes, leaving Happy to knock over a series of barrels, disgorging , and clowns.

Credits

Crew
Edison Manufacturing Company
Producers: J. Stuart Blackton, Albert E. Smith
Comic Strip (Happy Hooligan) by: Frederick Opper
Photography: Albert E. Smith

Cast
J. Stuart Blackton

References

Books

  • Edison Motion Pictures 1890-1900: An Annotated Filmography by Charles Musser pp.640-641 – illustrated note
  • Motion Pictures from the Library of Congress Paper Print Collection 1894-1912 by Kemp R. Niver, edited by Bebe Bergsten p.345
  • by Walt Lee p.198 – credits