The typical policeman of 's movies, the Keystone Kop was modeled like the English "bobby", with a long brass-buttoned overcoat, carrying long nightsticks that he more often than not whapped himself with, rather than anyone else. The Keystone Kops were very slapstick-like, relying on speed and numbers to achieve their comedy, rather than sophisticated wit. Shriners are famous for their parades -- the dazzling marching bands, the horse patrols stepping smartly through the streets, the miniature cars driven with precision, the colorful clowns, and the Keystone Cops.. But after the parades are over, when the cheers and applause are but a memory, after the last smiling child is tucked safely into bed, the Shriners put away their colorful gear and turn their attention to another important aspect of being a Shriner -- supporting Shriners Hospitals for Children , referred to as the "World's Greatest Philanthropy. If you haven't heard, Shriners Hospitals are a unique charity. The Shrine operates an international network of 22 hospitals that provide excellent orthopedic , burn and spinal cord injury care to children from infancy to their 18th birthday, absolutely free of charge. All of our hospitals are located in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Much American humor, since the beginnings of' our country, has been based upon a gentle ridicule of authority. From King George to our current president, no person or institution has been immune from providing a laugh.
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The Keystone Cops often spelled " Keystone Kops " are fictional, humorously incompetent policemen featured in silent film slapstick comedies produced by Mack Sennett for his Keystone Film Company between and The idea for the Keystone Cops came from Hank Mann , who also played police chief Tehiezel in the first film before being replaced by Ford Sterling. Their first film was Hoffmeyer's Legacy but their popularity stemmed from the short The Bangville Police starring Mabel Normand. As early as , Sennett shifted the Keystone Cops from starring roles to background ensemble in support of comedians such as Charlie Chaplin and Fatty Arbuckle. John ; and Wished on Mabel with Arbuckle and Normand, among others. John and includes a previously unknown appearance of Charlie Chaplin as a Keystone Kop. Mack Sennett continued to use the Keystone Cops intermittently through the s, but their popularity had waned by the time that sound films arrived. In , director Ralph Staub staged a revival of the Sennett gang for his Warner Brothers short subject Keystone Hotel , featuring a re-creation of the Kops clutching at their hats, leaping in the air in surprise, running energetically in any direction, and taking extreme pratfalls.
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