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The Round-Up is a 1920 Western film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Wallace Beery. The movie was written by Edmund Day and Tom Forman, and directed by George Melford. It is based on Day's play that was a huge hit for Roscoe Arbuckle's older cousin Maclyn Arbuckle and Julia Dean on the Broadway stage in 1907. It was Maclyn in the play who created the famous phrase used in advertisements of the film, nobody loves a fatman.

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Irving Cummings
Wallace Beery
Jean Acker
Guy Oliver
Buster Keaton

Western

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1920 films, 1920s Western films, American films, Black-and-white films, Films directed by George Melford, Silent films

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