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Hearts and Flowers (1919)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  22 June 1919 (USA)
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When a hotel orchestra leader starts to flirt with a girl in the audience, her fiancé is very displeased. Then the orchestra leader finds out that the hotel flower girl is really a rich ... See full summary »

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A Flower Girl
Ford Sterling ...
A Leader Leader of Men - the Orchestra Leader
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A Prune Magnate's Daughter
Billy Armstrong ...
An Indignant Nobleman
Jack Ackroyd ...
A Child of Destiny - the Flower Girl's Sweetheart
Heinie Conklin ...
The Guest with the Pea Shooter (as Charles Lynn)
Harriet Hammond ...
The Pea Shooter's Companion
Bert Roach ...
Al - the Flower Girl's 2nd Brother
Kalla Pasha ...
Harry - the Flower Girl's 3rd Brother
Eva Thatcher ...
The Flower Girl's Mother
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When a hotel orchestra leader starts to flirt with a girl in the audience, her fiancé is very displeased. Then the orchestra leader finds out that the hotel flower girl is really a rich heiress, and he shifts his attentions to her. Now the flower girl's boyfriend is unhappy, and soon there are even more complications. Written by Snow Leopard

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Wildly Uneven, But Lively & Amusing
16 July 2004 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

This wildly uneven but lively and amusing short comedy features Louise Fazenda, Phyllis Haver, and Ford Sterling in a series of romantic tangle-ups and other adventures. There are some good slapstick gags, at least one hilarious title card, and plenty of action, with enough of a story to hold most of it together. There are also a couple of sequences that make little sense, aside from adding to the general tone of craziness. It is noticeably risqué, yet almost innocently so, rather than in the heavy, crude way that characterizes so many recent films.

Fazenda and Haver both have a lot of energy, and their characters give everything a spirited pace. Sterling does a good job as well, adding some refinement to his cad of a character, and restraining himself just enough that it works well. Most of the time, the rest of the cast are simply there to react to the main characters, but they generally go about their roles with vigor as well. It gets rather silly at times, and not all of it works, but it keeps you watching and smiling most of the time.


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