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Some sources spell Katherine Lewis' name as "Catherine." News items state that Arthur S. Kane, president of Arthur S. Kane Pictures Corp., was "affiliated" with the De Havens on this production but it is unclear what his exact contribution or involvement entailed. A remake of this film was produced by First National in 1929, directed by Alfred Santell and starring Jack Mulhall and Patsy Ruth Millere (See Entry). In 1934, Warner Bros.-First National made another version of the play in England called Life of the Party, which was directed by Ralph Dawson and starred Jerry Verno. United Artists released a third version in 1942, which starred George Brent and Joan Bennett and was directed by Tim Whelan (See Entry).. ...

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Some sources spell Katherine Lewis' name as "Catherine." News items state that Arthur S. Kane, president of Arthur S. Kane Pictures Corp., was "affiliated" with the De Havens on this production but it is unclear what his exact contribution or involvement entailed. A remake of this film was produced by First National in 1929, directed by Alfred Santell and starring Jack Mulhall and Patsy Ruth Millere (See Entry). In 1934, Warner Bros.-First National made another version of the play in England called Life of the Party, which was directed by Ralph Dawson and starred Jerry Verno. United Artists released a third version in 1942, which starred George Brent and Joan Bennett and was directed by Tim Whelan (See Entry)..

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
18 Sep 1920
p. 1719
MPN
11 Sep 1920
p. 2127
MPN
23 Oct 1920
pp. 3154-55
MPN
31 Jan 1920
p. 679
MPW
31 Jul 1920
p. 627
MPW
13 Nov 1920
p. 248
New York Times
1 Nov 1920
p. 13
Wid's
7 Nov 1920
p. 3
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
Asst dir
WRITERS
Scen
PHOTOGRAPHY
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the play Twin Beds by Margaret Mayo and Edward Salisbury Field (New York, 14 Aug 1914).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
October 1920
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Carter De Haven Productions
23 March 1921
LP16307
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

The Montis and the Hawkins own identical apartments, one floor apart. One night Signor Monti comes home drunk and stumbles into the Hawkins' apartment, mistaking it for his own. Mrs. Hawkins is sound asleep and Mr. Hawkins is out of town when Monti climbs into bed. Toward morning, he is discovered by Mrs. Hawkins, but the maid has slipped in and taken his clothes. He cannot return to his own apartment wearing pajamas, so he is forced to hide when Hawkins unexpectedly returns. Meanwhile, Monti's wife has telephoned the police regarding her husband's absence and a detective has traced him to one of the apartments. Complications increase until both Hawkins and the signora conclude that he is in the apartment. The truth gradually comes out and both couples are relieved to have had twin ...

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The Montis and the Hawkins own identical apartments, one floor apart. One night Signor Monti comes home drunk and stumbles into the Hawkins' apartment, mistaking it for his own. Mrs. Hawkins is sound asleep and Mr. Hawkins is out of town when Monti climbs into bed. Toward morning, he is discovered by Mrs. Hawkins, but the maid has slipped in and taken his clothes. He cannot return to his own apartment wearing pajamas, so he is forced to hide when Hawkins unexpectedly returns. Meanwhile, Monti's wife has telephoned the police regarding her husband's absence and a detective has traced him to one of the apartments. Complications increase until both Hawkins and the signora conclude that he is in the apartment. The truth gradually comes out and both couples are relieved to have had twin beds.

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