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Love in Armor (1915)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  11 March 1915 (USA)
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Cast overview:
The Suitor
The Sweetheart
Fritz Schade ...
Baron Von Hassenfeffer
Frank Opperman ...
The Sweetheart's Father
Billie Bennett ...
The Sweetheart's Mother
William Hauber ...
1st Crook
Bert Hunn ...
2nd Crook
Billie Brockwell ...
Indignant Party Guest
Ollie Carlyle ...
The Maid
Grover Ligon ...
The Cop


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Pretty typical for a 1910s comedy from Keystone...
24 May 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Mae Busch and Charley Chase are in love. However, her father does not approve. A Baron sees Mae and concocts a fake kidnapping in order to get her attention. In other words, he pays two guys to pretend to try to abduct her and the Baron waltzes in like a hero and saves her. Well, the scheme seems to work as her family think the Baron is great and invite him to the house. But Charley and the two accomplices have other ideas...

In the period from about 1913-1916, Keystone was the producer of most of the best comedies Hollywood had to offer. While some are VERY rough by today's standards and too many rely too much on mindless violence, they generally hold up well today, though most are not what you might consider classics. Good...but rough.

This occasionally rough Keystone comedy has a couple distinctions that set it apart. First, it's one of the earliest comedies that starred Charley Chase. Second, it's a bit more plot-driven and less slapsticky than a typical film of the time. Though I must admit that the cactus bit was a bit lame as it was overused...a lot!

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