Coffee With Jeff #77: The Roscoe Arbuckle Scandal

29 mins - Published Sun, Feb 28, 2016 by Jeff Kelley

Roscoe Arbuckle was one of the most popular Silent film stars of the 1910s. Everything look great for the comedy star. That was; until Labor Day Weekend, 1921. Soon 30 year old, Virginia Rappe would be dead and he would be blamed for her death. This is the sad, true tale of the fall of the man they called Fatty!

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