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Seven Years Bad Luck (1921)





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Seven Years Bad Luck is one of the few existing feature films starring top-hatted French farceur Max Linder. The story gets under way when Linder inadvertently breaks a mirror. Attempting to buck the consequences, superstitious Linder contrives to dispense with a full seven years' bad luck in a single day. The film is highlighted by a mirror routine borrowed from Chaplin's The Floorwalker (1916) and later repeated in the Marx Brothers' Duck Soup (1933). Made in Hollywood, Seven Years Bad Luck was Linder's next-to-last American effort; he returned to his native France in 1923, where he committed suicide two years later.


Thelma Percy
as Station Agent's Daughter
Alta Allen
as Max's Fiancee
Lola Gonzales
as Hawaiian Maid
Harry Mann
as The Chef
Chance Ward
as Railroad Conductor
Ralph McCullough
as Max's Valet
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