|Directed by||Mabel Normand|
|Written by||Mabel Normand|
Al St. John
|Studio||Keystone Film Company|
|Release dates||14 October 1914|
|Running time||13 minutes|
Mabel's Blunder tells the tale of a young woman who is secretly engaged to the boss's son. The young man's sister comes to visit at their office, and a jealous Mabel, not knowing who the visiting woman is, dresses up as a (male) chauffeur to spy on them.
Produced at Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios, known at the time as "The Fun Factory", Mabel's Blunder showcases Normand's spontaneous and intuitive playfulness and her ability to be both romantically appealing and boisterously funny.
National Film Registry
This film, with its unusual gender-bending aspect, was added to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress in December 2009 for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant.
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