Revolution in a Bachelors' Club (1911)

Great excitement prevails in the clubroom over the question of woman's suffrage and the boys all agree that never in all their mortal lives will they have anything to do with any woman. One... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Irving Cummings
Paul Panzer
Crane Wilbur
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Great excitement prevails in the clubroom over the question of woman's suffrage and the boys all agree that never in all their mortal lives will they have anything to do with any woman. One particularly vehement denouncer of the fair sex hies him home about 1:30 A.M. to his apartment house, where only bachelors live and by a strange accident crawls into the wrong apartment. It seems that in the meantime a beautiful woman has moved into this apartment, and hearing the intruder enter and believing it to be a burglar, she hides under the bed. Here she is discovered by the bachelor, who thinks it's a suffragette burglar, and rushes off to the club and later to the police station, with the whole club at his heels. They go with two officers to arrest the intruder, only to discover that Mr. Bachelor had been in somebody else's quarters. The whole thing results in a revolution in the Bachelors' Club too funny for words. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy

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USA

Release Date:

25 October 1911 (USA) See more »

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Pathé Frères See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

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1.33 : 1
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No Girls Allowed
20 March 2015 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Paul Panzer returns home from a night out with the boys at his bachelor's club. He wanders into the wrong apartment, where, of course, a young woman resides and panic ensues.

It's towards the end of the first wave of revolution in American film making that began about 1907, and little of it has touched this American Pathe production, which is still very stagy in all its aspects. Furthermore, having encountered this particular comic trope dozens of times, from the writings of Robert McCloskey to the woo-wooing of the Three Stooges, there is little to ornament the situation, save how the club deals with a woman's stocking which Mr. Panzer has inadvertently carried into the sacred precincts.

The so-far unidentified woman whom Mr. Panzer barges in on is charming, and the print I saw was in fine condition and every frame was tinted. That does not, alas, make this one particularly interesting.


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