Another Al Christie comedian who may have been more comfortable at the Mack Sennett Studio was old codger, Jack Duffy. Old codger on the screen, that is. A talented makeup artist, Duffy was only in his mid-forties when he starred in Christie comedies. A complete set of dentures supported the illusion. The teeth were his loss, the comedy our gain.

Duffy’s character was named Sandy McDuff, a tight old Scotsman, with one eye on the ladies, and the other on his pocketbook.

A talented character comedian with over 20 years of stage and film credits, Duffy achieved his greatest popularity in the Christie comedies.