Max's Divorce Case (1911)

Max se marie (original title)
Max has just been married, but is about to be divorced, because at his marriage party he disgraced himself. Of course, the matter is a secret, but Max was most horribly annoyed with a ... See full summary »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Max Linder ... Max
Jacques Vandenne
Charles de Rochefort
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Paulette Lorsy
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Max has just been married, but is about to be divorced, because at his marriage party he disgraced himself. Of course, the matter is a secret, but Max was most horribly annoyed with a persistent flea that located itself in his nether garments. So, retiring to a quiet spot, he removed both the garments and the flea, but, unfortunately, he was discovered in his seclusion. In the divorce court Max wins his case, but just how is too good to tell in a story of this sort. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

31 July 1911 (USA) See more »

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Pathé Frères See more »
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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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Released in the US as a split reel along with Chasse aux éléphants sur les bords du Nianza (1911). See more »

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One could hardly call this harmless and very funny farce refined
26 March 2016 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

One can't help laughing at Max. He does get into embarrassing situations. A week or so ago this reviewer called attention to a picture released by an independent company, as being in the Max vein. The situation, as far as its chief theme goes, in this picture is the same as in the picture we refer to. In the first case the trouble is caused by a June bug, in this case by a flea. The carrying out of the idea is much better accomplished in this picture than in the former. One could hardly call this harmless and very funny farce refined. A flea may cause much fun, though he isn't acceptable in the best society. - The Moving Picture World, August 12, 1911


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