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Love in an Apartment Hotel (1913)

In the apartment hotel lived the aspiring maid, whose solicitude maintained order in the bachelor's apartment. He was her ideal, and the all-adoring bell-boy was firmly but gently given to ... See full summary »

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(as William M. Marston)
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The Young Woman
Adolph Lestina ...
The Young Woman's Father
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The Young Woman's Fiance
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The Thief
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Angelina Millingford, a Maid
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Pinky Doolan, a Bellboy
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The Desk Clerk
Kate Toncray ...
Head Chambermaid
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A Bellhop
Clara T. Bracy ...
A Maid
John T. Dillon ...
One of the Fiance's Friends
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One of the Fiance's Friends
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Gertrude Bambrick ...
In Hotel Lobby
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In Hotel Lobby
Kathleen Butler ...
The Young Woman's Maid
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In the apartment hotel lived the aspiring maid, whose solicitude maintained order in the bachelor's apartment. He was her ideal, and the all-adoring bell-boy was firmly but gently given to understand that maids who read "Heliotrope Glendening's Advice to Young Ladies" look higher than ice-water toters. A compromising complication, however, with an unexpected visit from a beautiful lady, quite convinces the aspiring one that wealthy young bachelors may be the grandest men ever, but their aspirations, when it comes to the crucial test, are not for chambermaids. Science influences his actions so much that he gets into trouble with the police. When they are through with him he lands in a hospital, but as the clock nears the midday hour the thought of the bomb at home sends him scurrying from the hospital, with patients, nurses and orderlies in pursuit. He reaches home breathless, to find that Mrs. Pietro has cooked the pig and that the bomb was merely a test to prove his loyalty to the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 February 1913 (USA)  »

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In quality about medium
8 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

A typical Biograph offering, in quality about medium. It has the burglar interesting scenes the swing of precipitant action, good acting that feels no call to the heights, and good photography. The audience was apparent y much interested The picture deals with love in both the basement and in the handsomely furnished apartments, and there are the usual touches of comedy. Blanche Sweet and Henry Walthall play the rich lovers and Mae Marsh and Edward Dillon play the humble ones. A large cast of first-class players supports them. The burglar seems to be Joseph Graybill. - The Moving Picture World, March 15, 1913


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