Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1920)

Comedy | 5 July 1920

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HISTORY

In 1931, M-G-M produced another version of the stage play, starring Buster Keaton and Charlotte Greenwood and directed by Edward Sedgwick. French and German-language versions, both starring Keaton, were also produced. ...

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In 1931, M-G-M produced another version of the stage play, starring Buster Keaton and Charlotte Greenwood and directed by Edward Sedgwick. French and German-language versions, both starring Keaton, were also produced.

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PERSONAL & COMPANY INDEX CREDITS
CREDIT
HISTORY CREDITS
CREDIT TYPE
CREDIT
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
24 Jul 1920
p. 843
Moving Picture World
17 Jul 1920
p. 372
Moving Picture World
7 Aug 1920
p. 770
MPN
5 Jun 1920
p. 4644
MPN
17 Jul 1920
p. 675
MPN
29 Apr 1916
p. 30
Variety
30 Jul 1920
p. 32
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXT
by arrangement with A. H. Woods
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
Edward Dillon
Dir
WRITERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
ART DIRECTOR
Art interiors
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the play Parlor, Bedroom and Bath by Charles W. Bell and Mark Swan (New York, 24 Dec 1917).
LITERARY SOURCE AUTHORS
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 July 1920
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Metro Pictures Corp.
12 July 1920
LP15349
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

When his wife Angelica decides that she cannot love her husband unless her women friends are chasing after him, Reggie Irving sends scented love letters to himself to make Angelica jealous. That ploy failing, Reggie secures the aid of Polly Hathaway, known as the Town Tattler, to print risque items in her column about him. Still failing to intrigue his wife, Reggie arranges to meet Polly in a hotel room as part of a plan to trick Angelica into discovering them. Complications arise when Nita Leslie insists upon accompanying them, and Nita's husband Fred shows up at the hotel, along with Angelica and the house detective. After Fred is placated, Reggie finally succeeds in convincing Angelica that he is indeed a ...

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When his wife Angelica decides that she cannot love her husband unless her women friends are chasing after him, Reggie Irving sends scented love letters to himself to make Angelica jealous. That ploy failing, Reggie secures the aid of Polly Hathaway, known as the Town Tattler, to print risque items in her column about him. Still failing to intrigue his wife, Reggie arranges to meet Polly in a hotel room as part of a plan to trick Angelica into discovering them. Complications arise when Nita Leslie insists upon accompanying them, and Nita's husband Fred shows up at the hotel, along with Angelica and the house detective. After Fred is placated, Reggie finally succeeds in convincing Angelica that he is indeed a lady-killer.

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