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A Philistine in Bohemia (1920)

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Mr. Brunelli, a roomer at a boarding house, has caught the eye of Kate, the daughter of the woman who owns the house. Kate knows her mother, who doesn't want her daughter to have anything ... See full summary »

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Mr. Brunelli, a roomer at a boarding house, has caught the eye of Kate, the daughter of the woman who owns the house. Kate knows her mother, who doesn't want her daughter to have anything to do with her tenants, will disapprove of Mr. Brunelli, but she soon discovers that Mr. Brunelli isn't quite who she thinks he is. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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An Italian in Greenwich Village
27 May 2011 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This late Vitagraph three-reeler -- they would be the last of the Patents Trust companies left standing half a decade later when they were bought out by the Warner Brothers -- is yet another attempt to film an O. Henry short story at some length -- a difficult task, given that the writer specialized in short stories with snapper endings. However, by expanding the setting a bit and giving the Irish landladies a bit of business, the task is accomplished. Add in some fine players -- even though they don't have much of a chance to show us what they can do -- and some handsome photography and you have a very pleasant little movie, even if those furnished rooms seem unnaturally large.


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