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All Night (1918)

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A married society couple (Dorian and Warren) persuade an unmarried pair (Valentino and Myers) to take their places at a party while they pretend to be the servants.



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Cast overview:
Carmel Myers ...
Elizabeth Lane
Richard Thayer (as Rudolpho di Valentina)
Charles Dorian ...
William Harcourt
Mary Warren ...
Maude Harcourt
William Dyer ...
Wadsworth Harris ...
Col. Lane
Jack Hull ...
Lydia Yeamans Titus ...


A married society couple (Dorian and Warren) persuade an unmarried pair (Valentino and Myers) to take their places at a party while they pretend to be the servants. Written by Herman Seifer <>

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eccentric | farce


Comedy | Drama





Release Date:

30 November 1918 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

One Bright Idea  »

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1.33 : 1
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A Bluebird Production. Universal utilized a three-tiered brand system until 1929: Red Feather (low-budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream) and Jewel (prestige pictures). See more »

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Gorgeous in his PJ's
11 July 2006 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

The young Rudolph Valentino makes all the difference in this pleasant, if not overly inventive comedy of mistaken identities, a French bedroom farce by way of Hollywood 1918.

The story is preposterous, but the basic premise has Rudolph Valentino and the girl he adores, Carmel Myers, play spouses in order to guile their weekend guest, a brutish, rakish, completely insufferable millionaire into sponsoring their good friend's business venture.

There is so much sheer fun in the film that you forgive its shortcomings to a certain stage. I loved the scene in which the millionaire insists that the couple retire to their matrimonial bed, and escorts them to the master bedroom, hearts all a-flutter, cheeks ablaze. He goes so far as to undress Valentino and tuck him in, and you will note that Valentino looks gorgeous in his PJ's. At a point he realizes that no good will come of the venture, and that they will probably all end up with their heads banged in, and he proclaims that he will go upstairs to freshen himself up: "I want to look nice when the ambulance arrives ...". Hilarious.

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