|That's My Daddy|
|Directed by||Fred C. Newmeyer|
|Written by||Reginald Denny (story)|
|Starring|| Reginald Denny |
Jane La Verne
|Cinematography||Arthur L. Todd|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|6,073 feet (6 reels)|
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After being unavailable to the public for many decades, the film was screened at the Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto, California, on August 24, 2007 (on a double bill with Denny's 1925 film I'll Show You the Town), and again on August 13, 2014.In both cases, the films were introduced and accompanied by the organist Dennis James.
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