The Maid from Sweden (1914)

  |  Short, Comedy


In search of a maid, Mrs. Cook, an aristocratic and extremely proud society woman, goes to an employment agency and hires Luna, fat, awkward and straight from Sweden. The new maid creates ... See full summary »



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30 September 2018 | deickemeyer
It made hardly any laughter
There is very little that is new or truly funny (unless the fat cook's dance above while the plaster falls in the room below is funny) in this farce. It will please those who have seen very few or no pictures, but here on Broadway it made hardly any laughter while we watched it. There is clever acting in it and none will deny that the ending joke gets over, is really funny. Jane Lennox is the author and is was produced by Lee Beggs. - The Moving Picture World, June 27, 1914

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5 June 1914

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English


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USA

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