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Mrs. Jones' Lover; or, 'I Want My Hat' (1909)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  19 August 1909 (USA)
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Mr. Jones jumps to the wrong conclusions when he sees a bouquet of flowers and a man's hat in the parlor.

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Mr. Jones jumps to the wrong conclusions when he sees a bouquet of flowers and a man's hat in the parlor.

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy His Wife's Visitor (1909). See more »

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Murder-Mystery
23 June 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

There was a kind of murder-mystery feel to this short offering. I got the impression that the 34 year old D.W. Griffith wasn't quite sure what sort of a short film this was going to be. It ends up being a hybrid of all sorts of things, and leaves the audience at a loss as to how to label it. Once again, the cinematographer collaborates the classical composer to tell the story, forcing Griffith into the shadows. It's not a work of art but an experiment stating the growing potential of this moving image medium. The editing is quite rustic, but the scenes seem to segue in and out of each other fairly smoothly.


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