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An interview with the famous silent film comedian, Fatty Arbuckle, as it appeared in a forgotten Hollywood trade magazine. Accompanying the interview are eight lines of biographical information pertaining to Arbuckle's Hollywood career as it stood in the year 1916. This brief profile first appeared The Studio Directory of The Motion Picture News will serve to answer some of the questions readers might have concerning his career, before it took it's tragic turn.

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Fatty Arbuckle Has Something to Say... (Motion Picture News, 1919)

Fatty Arbuckle Has Something to Say... (Motion Picture News, 1919)

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