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The Garage (1920) Poster

(1920)

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A contemporary review in the trade paper "Harrison's Reports" criticised the product placement of the logo of Red Crown Gasoline, which is clearly shown in the film. This is believed to be the earliest extant example of a critical review of product placement in movie history,. Although not mentioned in the review, the film also prominently displays signs for Zeroline oils and greases which, along with Red Crown Gasoline, were all manufactured by the Standard Oil Company.
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After Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle gets in the bed, he gets up again and kisses a picture on the wall. The picture is of Mabel Normand, his co-star in the Mack Sennett comedies.
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