Maiden and Men (1912)

  |  Short, Comedy, Western


This girl (a frowzy backwoods maiden who pines for the romance of the world), who has never known what it means to have the association of men, has derived all her romantic ideas from one ... See full summary »


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4 October 2005 | Flaming_star_69
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| Moral of the film: Stay Away from Romance Novels!
This is an interesting Western. It has all the essentials of the modern day women's liberation warnings.

A pretty woman back East is reading romance novels and pines for lovers and adventure. She decides to head West over the mountains where she arrives at a ranch. She begins to mingle with the cowboys hoping to meet one that will sweep her off her feet like in the romance novel. But alas.

Ultimately she ruptures the male bonding of the ranch hands by her disturbing presence and is sent home to her father.

When she arrives back at home she furiously rips up her romance novel.

Moral of the Western: Stay Away from Romance Novels!

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Short | Comedy | Western

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Release Date:

4 November 1912

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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