Oh Doctor! Overview:

Oh Doctor! (1917) was a Comedy - Comedy Film directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle .

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Fun Size Review: Oh Doctor! (1925)

By Fritzi Kramer on Feb 22, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on February 22, 2014 in Blog, Fun Size Review Reginald Denny plays a hypochondriac who is being bilked out of his inheritance by swindlers. Things go awry when Denny falls for his pretty nurse (Mary Astor) and becomes an adrenaline junkie in order to impress her. What if he dies be... Read full article

Don’t sneak up on Mary Astor, Oh Doctor! Animated GIF

By Movies, Silently on May 6, 2013 From Movies Silently

Poor Reginald Denny was just trying to make Mary Astor feel better. The girl does not know her own strength!... Read full article

Human Seesaw, Oh Doctor! Animated GIF

By Movies, Silently on May 5, 2013 From Movies Silently

Ever had an experience like this with a chiropractor or masseuse? Poor Reginald Denny is undergoing a disastrous treatment from an Amazonian osteopath in the silent comedy classic Oh, Doctor!... Read full article

Wicked Dancing, Oh Doctor! Animated GIF

By Movies, Silently on May 5, 2013 From Movies Silently

Reginald Denny, the hypochondriac hero of Oh, Doctor! has never danced before. It would kill him! But he also wants to impress Mary Astor and so dance he does. But he feels just a little naughty about it…... Read full article

Shiny Stockings, Oh Doctor! Animated GIF

By Movies, Silently on Apr 28, 2013 From Movies Silently

I love this old guy! He looks like something Aardman would animate. Three conspirators are discussing who they should hire to nurse their victim, a rich hypochondriac. Not just any nurse, a peach, a beauty! Someone to look forward to seeing every day. And one with shiny stockings. (Mary Astor is the... Read full article

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Unique in that Buster Keaton, renowned as "The Great Stone Face", plays a highly emotional character (a child) who frequently cries and laughs.
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Also directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle

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Also released in 1917

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