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Up in Mabel's Room (1926)

Mabel catches her husband buying lingerie, and he won't explain who it's for. She divorces him, but later learns he was buying her an anniversary gift. She becomes determined to win him back.

Director:

E. Mason Hopper

Writers:

Wilson Collison (story "Oh Chemise"), Tay Garnett | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Marie Prevost ... Mabel Ainsworth
Harrison Ford ... Garry Ainsworth
Phyllis Haver ... Phyllis Wells
Harry Myers ... Jimmie Larchmont
Sylvia Breamer Sylvia Breamer ... Alicia
Paul Nicholson ... Leonard Mason
Carl Gerard ... Arthur Walkers
Maude Truax Maude Truax ... Henrietta Mason
William Orlamond ... Hawkins
Arthur Hoyt ... Simpson
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Storyline

Mabel catches her husband buying lingerie, and he won't explain who it's for. She divorces him, but later learns he was buying her an anniversary gift. She becomes determined to win him back.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 1926 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Artigo de Luxo See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Christie Film Company See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Based on the following Broadway production: Up in Mabel's Room (1919). Written by Wilson Collison and Otto A. Harbach. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 15 Jan 1919- Aug 1919 (closing date unknown/229 performances). Cast: Harry C. Bradley, Lucy Cotton, John Cumberland, Hazel Dawn, Evelyn Gosnell, H. Dudley Hawley, Walter Jones, Enid Markey, Adele Rolland, Frederick Sutton. Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: filmed by Christie Productions as Up in Mabel's Room (1926) and by United Artists (by producer Edward Small) as Up in Mabel's Room (1944). See more »

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Version of Up in Mabel's Room (1944) See more »

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A subtle sort of humor
11 November 1999 | by rarekeySee all my reviews

"Up In Mabel's Room" has a gentle slapstick sort of humor. Not like Buster Keaton, but a sort of subtle sit com sort of slapstick. Watching a silent movie is quite unlike a talkie in that you can't look away and still keep track of the storyline by just listening. The only sound is usually a piano. This movie is really funny. It's well written well directed and easy to follow. And the story is funny. But the title may be misleading because it is very clean. It's a shame that it is so difficult to rent silent movies. But I bought this one sight unseen because I remembered the 1944 version and I am very glad.


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