Bunny as a Reporter (1913)

After having done a little newspaper work on the side, John Bunny applies to the editor of a provincial paper for a regular position on his staff. The editor, as a try-out, gives him a ... See full summary »

Director:

Wilfrid North

Writer:

Beta Breuil (scenario)
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John Bunny ... John Bunny
Flora Finch ... Leader of the Suffragettes
Charles Eldridge ... Editor
Tom Sutton Tom Sutton ... Farmer
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After having done a little newspaper work on the side, John Bunny applies to the editor of a provincial paper for a regular position on his staff. The editor, as a try-out, gives him a somewhat difficult assignment. Bunny is told to "cover" the secret suffrage meeting. Figuring that it would be impossible for a man to get in, Bunny disguises himself as a woman and arrives at the hall, announces that he brings greetings from a distant organization. He is enthusiastically received, being embraced by almost everyone present. After the principal has finished her oration, the visitor is called on to speak. Bunny rises and his remarks are greeted with cheers. All goes well until he notices the doorkeeper turning the key. Thinking he is trapped, Bunny in his fright drops his hand bag. His manner of picking it up discloses his sex and immediately the meeting is in an uproar. The door being locked, the reporter is unable to escape that way, but after considerable difficulty, he manages to get ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 June 1913 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Three to One (1913). See more »

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The fun comes from Bunny and the things he does
17 September 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A Bunny-graph that made a good deal of laughter. There are other queer characters in it, suffragettes whose secret conclave he attends in disguise; but the fun comes from Bunny and the things he does. It is a good Bunny picture, written by Mrs. Breuil and produced by Wilfred North. - The Moving Picture World, June 21, 1913


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