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A comedy of ludicrous dilemmas and laughable misfortunes!

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The Man from Mexico ( 1914 ) Lost Silent
13 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Believing that his wife Clementia ( Pauline Neff ) has gone to visit her mother overnight, Fitzhew ( John Barrymore ) goes to the notorious Cleopatra Club in hopes of having a night of fun with a friend. Clementia knows about his plans, however, and instead of going to her mother's, goes to the club, accompanied by her sister Sally's fiancé. She does not meet Fitzhew, but is instead arrested while her husband becomes involved in a fight and is sentenced to thirty days in jail. Fitzhew is allowed to go home to pack, accompanied by a guard, and explains to Clementia that the guard is really is his secretary who will come with him on a thirty-day trip to Mexico. While distributing flowers in prison, Clementia is recognized by inmate Louis ( Fred Annerly ), a waiter at the Cleopatra Club, but she does not meet her husband. After thirty days, Fitzhew returns home wearing Mexico attire and speaking Spanish. Although suspicious, Clementia fails to find out the true nature of his "trip."

This 1914 silent comedy was based on a Broadway play by Henry A. DuSouchet. Filmed by Famous Players Film Company and produced by Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman, starring John Barrymore in his second feature film. Sadly, The Man from Mexico now remains a lost silent.


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