The Vases of Hymen (1914)

Short, Comedy, Drama


While passing Roberts' antique shop, Annette Kershaw sees twin vases in the window, is fascinated and decides to purchase them. She takes one and asks Roberts to try and hold the other one ... See full summary »



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6 November 2018 | deickemeyer
Most delightful and laughable
This is a real comedy by Russel E. Smith and directed in a superior manner by George D. Baker. John Bunny and Flora Finch, assisted by William Shea and Ethel Corcoran, make this a most delightful and laughable photoplay. The theme of the plot hinges on the fact that both are lovers of antiques and discover twin vases in a shop window. Flora buys one and Bunny the other and through the shopkeeper they become acquainted and after many amusing situations the two ornaments prove to be veritable vases of hymen. - The Moving Picture World, July 25, 1914

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

10 July 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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