Italian Love (1920)

Short, Comedy


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10 February 2019 | MartinHafer
| Everybody's slap-happy...and it's super confusing!
The opening credits to "Italian Love" is missing...and perhaps a bit of the rest of the film, as the story was very confusing. When it begins, a huge Italian looking buy is slapping his lady around their home. Soon, some other guys show up and they begin slapping her around. Who are these others? Why are they hitting her?

Eventually, she runs away and she soon meets up with a guy who's running from the cops over, well, not much. She and this guy (Billy West) run about...avoiding the cops and the brutal guys who have been slapping her around. Can they evade them forever or somehow defeat them?

Billy West was best known for copying Chaplin's Little Tramp character. The guy he plays in this one looks a bit like this character but isn't quite the same. Why the difference, I am not sure.

If it sounds like I was confused when watching this one, you're right. But what is also important to know is that none of this is particularly funny...which is a problem since it's supposed to be a comedy!

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Short | Comedy


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July 1920



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