Auto Suggestion (1912)

Comedy, Short

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Billy takes his friend Tom out for a drive in his new car. Tom gets off to make a purchase while Billy is waiting. Along comes Marian, beautifully clad; Billy wishes to himself that she ... See full summary »

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14 November 2016 | deickemeyer
Laughable and, except the last few scenes, convincingly probable
An automobile comedy. In it a young lady (Miss Marian Swayne) takes a young millionaire (Billy Quirk) for a public chauffeur and enjoys the situation and keeps up the pleasant misunderstanding. She has his phone number to call him up whenever she needs a motor car. The amusing consequences of this, as they are shown by both producer and players, are at once laughable and, except the last few scenes, convincingly probable. It is very well photographed. The latter scenes in which Billy, having been under the drip-pan of the motor and having a very smutched face, gets soot over the girl's face, were built to get a laugh from the gallery. It is not bad, but it isn't really funny and comes in a very amusing picture. - The Moving Picture World, May 25, 1912

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10 May 1912



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