Wie Ninette zu ihrem Ausgang kam (1913)

When the mistress of the house orders Ninette to wash and iron a large heap of clothes, fold them up and put them in a cupboard, Ninette bursts into tears. She has planned to spend the ... See full summary »

Director:

Hans Otto (as Hans Otto Löwenstein)

Writer:

Robert Reich

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When the mistress of the house orders Ninette to wash and iron a large heap of clothes, fold them up and put them in a cupboard, Ninette bursts into tears. She has planned to spend the evening with her fiancé, a soldier, but now this is impossible, because of all the work that has to be done. The soldier arrives, perceives the problem, and slips off. After a while he is back with a box of washing powder. Now the washing, ironing and folding is made in no time, and the happy pair slips off. When the mistress steps into the room, she is surprised to find the work already done. Ninette and the soldier return with an advertising poster for the washing powder Neubozon. Written by Maths Jesperson {maths.jesperson1@comhem.se}

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Austria

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1913 (Austria) See more »

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Sascha-Film See more »
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