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Mack Sennett Releases New Comedy

Mack Sennett Releases New Comedy

Mack Sennett first made films for the Biograph Company of New York before forming his own Keystone Studios in California.


Mack Swain was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1876. He worked in vaudeville before joining Mack Sennett at Keystone Studios.

On March 1, 1915 Keystone Studios released “Willful Ambrose” with Mack Swain teamed up with Chester Conklin.


Mack Swain in "Willful Ambrose" - 1915

Mack Swain in “Willful Ambrose” – 1915

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