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Roscoe Conkling ARBUCKLE




Virginia Rappe in costume. The boots she is wearing were very popular during the early part of the twentieth century.



Minta Durfee Arbuckle, widow of Roscoe Arbuckle on the day she appeared in court in a dispute over her mother's estate. Minta Arbuckle, 57, agreed that because she wished to preserve the memory of the late film comic, she would try to settle the estate dispute out of court. Superior Judge Newcomb Condee thereupon contined the matter of her disputed accounting for one year. Mrs. Durfee died in June of 1949 leaving a home valued at $5000 and $250 worth of personal property to her daughter and a son, Paul, in equal shares. But Averill Cowert, a granddaughter, successfully petioned she be declared heir to one third of the estate and objected to Mrs. Arbuckle's accounting.



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle is pictured here with his third wife, Addie McPhail when they were in the midst of life and hapiness. They had just celebrated their first wedding anniversary when "Fatty" died on June 29, 1933.



At the time this photo was taken, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Addie McPhail, Kentucky beauty and film actress planned to marry in the fall when the divorce of Arbuckle and his current wife became final. Arbuckle was directing comedies at Educational studios under the name of William Goodrich at the time.



Doris Deane sued Roscoe Arbuckle, famous comedian and cafe proprietor, for divorce, charging he became intoxicated at a party and made improper advances to a female guest.



Roscoe Arbuckle pictured here with his wife Doris Deane, in happier days. The former comedian appeared in court the week of February 5, 1929 to answer alimony charges lodged by his wife.



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle was born in 1887 in Kansas. His family came to California in 1888. He met Mack Sennett and began working for him at Keystone Film Co. in 1912. He became popular as a Keystone Kop. This photo of him appears to be a photo shoot of him in costume in that role.



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle



Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle




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