#112282. Asked by dcpddc478. (Jan 21 10 12:36 PM)
"Moonshine is a common name for illicitly-distilled corn whiskey. The term is commonly believed to derive from early English smugglers (called moonrakers because of a 17 century legend) and Appalachian home distillers who often engaged in illegal distillation and distribution of moonshine whiskey clandestinely (i.e., by the light of the moon)."
This 1918 silent classic features Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton as revenuers, and Al St. John as a moonshiner. The quiz is based on the more complete 16mm print, available on the 2001 KINO "Arbuckle & Keaton" DVD set.
I'll give you two words that have a word in common that goes after the first word and before the second word. I'll give you a clue to the missing word and one of the phrases will have a 'transport' theme. Good Luck!
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