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|Reggie Mixes In|
|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Screenplay by||Robert Baker|
|Story by||Roy Somerville|
|Distributed by||Triangle Film Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Reggie Mixes In, also known as Facing the Music, is an American 1916 silent action/comedy-drama film starring Douglas Fairbanks and directed by Christy Cabanne. The film was produced by Fine Arts Film Company and distributed by Triangle Film Corporation. The film is extant and in the public domain.
Wealthy Reggie Morton (Fairbanks) falls in love with Agnes Shannon (Love), a dancer on the Bowery, and takes a job as a bouncer to be near her. His rival is Tony Bernard (Lowery), the leader of a gang, whose henchmen attack Reggie. Reggie fights them off, and then fights the gang leader in an empty warehouse to determine the winner of Agnes's love.
- Douglas Fairbanks as Reggie Morton
- Bessie Love as Agnes Shannon
- Joseph Singleton as Old Pickleface
- William Lowery as Tony Bernard
- Wilbur Higby as Gallagher
- Allan Sears as Sylvester Ringrose
- Lillian Langdon as Reggie's Aunt Susan
- Alma Rubens as Lemona Reighley
- Alberta Lee as Agnes' Mother
- Tom Wilson as The Bouncer
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- "Music for the Picture". The Moving Picture World. Vol. 28. June 24, 1916. p. 223.
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- Fairbanks, Douglas; Creel, George (1917). Laugh and Love. p. 174.
- "Reggie Mixes In". Descriptive Catalogue of Pathescope De Luxe Special Features. Pathescope Co. of America, Inc. pp. 13–14.
- "Triangle Film Corporation". The Moving Picture World. Vol. 28. June 17, 1916. p. 2112.
- Goessel, Tracey (October 1, 2015). First King of Hollywood: The Life of Douglas Fairbanks. Chicago Review Press. ISBN 978-1-61373-407-0.
- Sleeper, Jim (1980). "Saltwater Taffy". Great Movies Shot in Orange County. Trabuco Canyon, California 92678: California Classics. p. 44. OCLC 7358612.CS1 maint: location (link)
- "Tests a New 'Gasoline.'; Edison's Man Finds Mysterious Mixture Put in Water Was Acetone". The New York Times. May 29, 1916.
Miss Love has some skill to commend her as a movie actress, but she should learn that panting in a close-up doesn't resemble deep emotion.
- "Triangle Stars on June List". The Moving Picture World. June 10, 1916. p. 1893.
she scores heavily in the part
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