Winky: Bigamist (1914)

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  • also known as: Winky, Bigamist / Winky—Bigamist
  • length: 664 feet[1]
  • released: 24 December 1914
  • director: Cecil Birch



Winky's wife learns that he spent the evening at a pantomime.


The Bioscope (19/Nov/1914):

Winky—Bigamist. — Of a broadly farcical nature, this comic will, no doubt, despite a situation which borders upon Continental humour, please the average audience immensely. A practical joke is played upon Winky, by means of a pair of dummy legs, while he is in a state of drunken stupor. What is witnessed through the keyhole by wife and father-in-law will cause much amusement, as will also the hasty reprisal upon the jokers. (December 24th. 664 ft.)

Kinematograph Weekly (26/Nov/1914):

Winky, Bigamist (C). — When Mrs. Winky is out of the way, Winky is induced to spend a lively evening at the pantomime, and is well primed. A wire is sent to his wife, who arrives to see and hear through the keyhole some terrible goings on. Released Dec. 24th, length 664 ft.


Notes and References

  1. Sourced from The Bioscope.
  2. The BFI Database also contains another entry for this film: