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|Crazy like a Fox|
Charley Chase as Wilson, the groom.
|Directed by||Leo McCarey|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||Charley Chase|
H. M. Walker
|Edited by||Richard C. Currier|
Crazy like a Fox is a 1926 American short film starring Charley Chase. The two-reel silent comedy stars Chase as a young man who feigns insanity in order to get out of an arranged marriage, only to find out that his sweetheart is the girl he has been arranged to marry. Chase would remake the film as The Wrong Miss Wright (1937) in the sound era during his tenure at Columbia Pictures.
- Charley Chase - Wilson, the Groom
- William V. Mong - George, the Bride's Father
- Martha Sleeper - The Bride
- Milla Davenport - Mother
- William Blaisdell - Gov. Harrison
- Max Asher - Butler
- Al Hallett - Mr. Gloom, the valet
- Tyler Brooke - (uncredited)
- Helen Gilmore - (uncredited)
- Oliver Hardy - Charley's Victim (uncredited)
- Jerry Mandy - Hospital orderly (uncredited)
- Lyle Tayo - Nurse (uncredited)
- "Preserved Projects". Academy Film Archive.
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