The innkeeper's daughter is in love, but her mother has already decided that she is going to be married to another man. Raymond, the young woman's fiancé, is devastated. After a few ... See full summary »
This is the story of a pot of glue and the over interfering boy. Finding a pot of glue, the lad immediately proceeds to apply it to everything in sight. Accordingly, the stairway, lawn seat... See full summary »
Louis Feuillade was Gaumont's jack-of-all-trades director for about fifteen years, during which he directed classics like LES VAMPIRE. But in directing an estimated 800 films, he did a lot of quickies; his short comedies tended to be one-joke bits, told, in this period, on a sound stage, with a lot of people in a constricted space, relying on a lot of violence.
In this one, a colonel tells a dinner party about a battle, destroying the dining room in the process. Once the joke is begun, there is little variation on it and the net result is not very good. Well, his films would get better....
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?