Keystone Hotel (film)
- See also Keystone Hotel (disambiguation)
|Directed by||Ralph Staub|
|Written by||Joe Traub|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers|
|Release date(s)||21 September 1935|
|Running time||20 minutes|
Keystone Hotel (1935) is a 2-reel comedy short subject, directed by Ralph Staub. Although evidently unconnected with Mack Sennett himself, the film serves as a good-humored reunion of many of Sennett's former comedy personalities.
The story follows the arrival of the cross-eyed Count Drewa Blank (Ben Turpin) at a downtown hotel, to judge a beauty contest.
While downstairs various parties try to sway the Count's decision, the house detective investigates shenanigans upstairs, some involving a vibrating exercise machine. The Count's mistaken choice of the winner leads to a thrown pie, then a general pie fight, then the summoning of the Keystone Kops.
- Ford Sterling
- Ben Turpin
- Chester Conklin
- Hank Mann
- Marie Prevost
- Vivien Oakland
- Dewey Robinson
- The Keystone Kops
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