A Mix-Up in Dress Suitcases (1915)

Short, Comedy


Upon his return from his honeymoon, Henry Brown finds a letter from an old name in Philadelphia. Stella La Blanche, threatening to publish his love letters unless he soothes her broken ... See full summary »



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17 August 2019 | deickemeyer
Extraordinary laughable
A feature comedy in two parts, written by Edward J. Montagne and produced by Lee Beggs, who plays one of the leading parts. Billy Quirk is featured, also in the cast are Florence Natol, Eulalie Jensen, Frank Currier. Helen Relyea and others. The theme is not new but it is made up of complications, which are original and it is not only entertaining but extraordinary laughable throughout the two reels. This is a fine comedy offering in every respect. - The Moving Picture World, January 30, 1915

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12 January 1915

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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