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A Night Out ()


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After a visit to a pub, Charlie and Ben cause a ruckus at a posh restaurant. Charlie later finds himself in a compromising position at a hotel with the head waiter's wife.

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Reveller
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Charles Allen Dealey ...
Restaurant Manager (uncredited)
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Waiter (uncredited)
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Bit Role (uncredited)
Earl Esola ...
Bellboy with Cigar Boxes (uncredited)
Eddie Fries ...
Bit Role (uncredited)
Fred Goodwins ...
Desk Clerk at Second Hotel (uncredited)
Madrona Hicks ...
Veiled Woman (uncredited)
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Headwaiter (uncredited)
Daniel P. Kelleher ...
Bellboy Carrying Suitcases (uncredited)
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Headwaiter's Wife (uncredited)
Eva Sawyer ...
The Count's Companion (uncredited)
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Fellow Reveller (uncredited)
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'French' Dandy / Desk Clerk (uncredited)
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Soup Slurper (uncredited)
Fred Windemere ...
Cop (uncredited)

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Charles Chaplin ... (uncredited)

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Charles Chaplin ... () (uncredited)

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David Shepard ... video producer (1999)
Jess Robbins ... producer (uncredited)

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Robert Israel ... (1999)

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Harry Ensign ... (uncredited)

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Bret Hampton ... video editor (1999)
Charles Chaplin ... (uncredited)

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Ernest Van Pelt ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Philip Calvert ... sound recording & editing (1999)
Peter Hitchcock ... sound recording & editing (1999)
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Charlie and Ben pay a visit to a pub, then decide to visit a swanky restaurant. Now intoxicated, they come into conflict with a French dandy and his ladyfriend. The large head waiter violently ejects Ben, and later ejects Charlie also. The pair pay another visit to a pub, then make their way to their hotel. They become interested in a pretty young woman staying in the room across the hall, but when Charlie spies on her through the keyhole a bellboy makes him stop. Charlie is taken aback to realize that the young woman's husband is the head waiter from the restaurant. He promptly checks out and moves to another hotel. Meanwhile, the head waiter and his wife, dissatisfied with the service, also decide to move to another hotel-- and, unfortunately, choose the same one Charlie has chosen, and once more wind up in the room across the hall from him. When the young woman's dog runs into Charlie's room she follows in her pajamas. Her husband returns to find his wife with Charlie in an apparently compromising position. Written by wmorrow59

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  • His Night Out (United States)
  • Charlie's Night Out (United States)
  • Charlie's Drunken Daze (United States)
  • Charlot en bombe (France)
  • Charlot fait la noce (France)
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Trivia This was Edna Purviance's first film with Charles Chaplin. See more »
Goofs The hotel number for Reveller (Charlie Chaplin) and Fellow Reveller changes. When Fellow Reveller first enters the room the number on the door is clearly visible as 3. When Reveller is followed into the room by Headwaiter the room number changes to 2. It changes back to 3 when Fellow Reveller leaves the room for the final time. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Essanay-Chaplin Revue of 1916 (1916). See more »

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