Love and Surgery (1914)

Comedy, Short

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16 March 2019 | deickemeyer
The fun is of the roughest sort
A two-reel number introducing a new company for the first time in slapstick humor of an uproarious sort. Billy Ritchie and Henry Lehrmann make an immediate hit as a pair of flirtatious "ginks." The first scenes are taken in a park and the latter ones in a hospital. There are some screamingly funny things in this, but the fun is of the roughest sort such as squirting water from the mouth, kicking a woman in the stomach, tearing off a woman's dress and the like. There is no connected plot, but merely a series of rough-house scenes from start to finish. None of the scenes are impossible and this will no doubt prove successful before audiences that are not overly particular. - The Moving Picture World, October 24, 1914


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25 October 1914



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