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March 24, 1887: Born, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. Once one of the most popular and highest paid stars of Hollywood, Arbuckle's career was effectively ruined when he was accused of rape and manslaughter. He was tried 3 times. The first 2 trials resulted in hung juries, and he was acquitted in the third. Six days AFTER his acquittal, he was banned from ever working in American movies again. Although the ban was later lifted, his career was pretty much over.

Letter from Roscoe Arbuckle to Adolph Zukor, 1922 :: Adolph Zukor Correspondence

Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle was a gifted comedian whose career was ruined by scandal and outright lies. He also helped start the careers of Buster Keaton (on the left) and Al 'Fuzzy' St. John (not pictured) who would be later well-known for his many roles in westerns when silents went to sound pictures. I can't remember the name of this film, but it was the only one where the normally stone-faced Keaton would actually crack a smile and look like he was ready to laugh when Arbuckle dressed in…

Buster Keaton, Al St. John, Roscoe Arbuckle and Alice Lake, “A Country Hero”, 1917. Check your attics, it’s a lost film.