Film, Video Maude's naughty little brother /
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- Maude's naughty little brother /
- Other Title
- Maud's naughty little brother, or Wouldn't it jar you?
- Wouldn't it jar you?
- From Edison films catalog: In a charming dining room a very attractive young lady is seen seated at the table, evidently waiting for the caller who is to share a quiet little dinner for two. A moment later a dude of the regular chappy type enters and seats himself at the table. As soon as the meal commences the inevitable wicked small boy sneaks in unobserved, and producing a piece of rope ties one end securely to the dude's coat tails and fastens the other to the table- cloth. He then crawls under the table and in great glee awaits the result of his operations. At this moment an unexpected interruption occurs. The door is flung rudely open and papa enters upon the peaceful scene, at sight of whom the dude rises from the table and makes a dash for the door. Unfortunately for him his coat-tails are securely tied to the table-cloth, and as he makes his exit he drags off the crockery and table-cloth and overturns the table with a tremendous crash, being forcibly assisted out of the door by the irate parent's shoe-toe, who then rushes back into the room and administers a sound spanking to Maude's naughty little brother. 90 feet. $13.50.
- Contributor Names
- Blackton, James Stuart, 1875-1941, production, camera.
- Smith, Albert E., production, camera.
- Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
- Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress)
- Created / Published
- United States : Edison Manufacturing Co., 1900.
- Subject Headings
- - Practical jokes--United States--Drama
- - Brothers and sisters--United States--Drama
- - Courtship--United States--Drama
- - Boys--United States--Conduct of life--Drama
- - Fathers--United States--Drama
- - Families--United States--Drama
- - Young women--Social life and customs--United States--Drama
- - Young men--Social life and customs--United States--Drama
- - Dating (Social customs)--United States--Drama
- - Dinners and dining--United States--Drama
- Comedy films
- Silent films
- Short films
- Fiction films
- - D21660 U.S. Copyright Office
- - Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; 16Nov1900; D21660.
- - Camera, J. Stuart Blackton and/or Albert E. Smith.
- - Duration: 1:25 at 16 fps.
- - Filmed ca. September to early November 1900, on Vitagraph's roof-top studio in New York, New York.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
- - Sources used: Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1894-1912; Musser, C. Edison motion pictures 1890-1900, 1997, p. 641-42; Niver, K.R. Early motion pictures, 1985; Edison films catalog, no. 105, July 1901, p. 66-67 [MI].
- ref print. 1 reel of 1 (ca. 90 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm.
- paper pos. 1 roll of 1 (ca. 90 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm.
- Call Number
- FEB 9714 (ref print)
- LC 1704 (paper pos)
- Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D. C. 20540 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- edmp 1704 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/edmp.1704
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
- Other Formats
- - MARCXML Record
- - MODS Record
- - Dublin Core Record
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