Drunk as a skunk, Charlie arrives home by taxi after a wild night out, only to realise that he has lost his key. Now, as an open window becomes the entrance, practically every single item or piece of furniture--including a possessed Murphy bed--becomes a formidable and insurmountable obstacle standing in his way, and working against him. Can't a man find peace at 1 o'clock in the morning?Written by
Artie Shaw and Bunny Berigan play on the 1934 Van Beuren reissue soundtrack. See more »
Despite the title, it is clearly daytime when Chaplin arrives home in a cab. See more »
They should build these handles nearer the door.
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Kino International distributes a set of videos containing all the 12 Mutual short films made by Chaplin in 1915 - 1917. They are presented by David Shepard, who copyrighted the versions in 1984, and has a music soundtrack composed and performed by Michael Mortilla who copyrighted his score in 1989. The running time of this film is 22 minutes. See more »
Chaplin plays at one a.m. a wealthy man coming home. After a drinking night, he finds an obstacle in his way to getting to bed. Chaplin performs a hilarious one-man show in this famous slapstick short, showing not only his comedy ability but also his incredible creativity in his interaction with each prop and inch of the set. Gorgeous in its simplicity.
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