In Harry Langdon's first feature film, TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP, a young man takes Horace Greeley's advice and goes west--on foot. Popular with 1926 audiences, the movie established Langdon as a screen funnyman comparable in stature to Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd. A wealthy shoe manufacturer named John Burton (Edwards Davis) decides to sponsor a coast-to-coast...read more
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