A Comedy of Errors (1915)

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A slavey assumes that a poet's declarations of love are for her.


The Bioscope (10/Jun/1915):

A Comedy of Errors. — As explained in the film, this is not by Shakespeare, but reveals friend Winky in a new role, that' of a spring poet. He acts right well, and with Lily Ward as “Angelina the ’Tother” provides an entirely amusing and straightforward play. Well photographed and a good number. (July 22nd. 630 ft.)

Kinematograph Weekly (10/Jun/1915):

Comedy of Errors, A (Co). — (Bamforth). — He was a Spring Poet, and his poetic effusions to Angelina aroused the affection of the slavey, who bore the same sweet Christian name, and there the comedy of errors commenced. Released July 22nd, length 630 ft.


Research Notes

The review in The Bioscope suggests that Reginald Switz is not performing as "Winky" in this film.

Notes and References

  1. Sourced from The Bioscope.