Caught in a Cabaret
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|Caught in a Cabaret|
Caught in a Cabaret in a French re-issue as Charlot Garçon de Bar
|Directed by||Mabel Normand|
|Produced by||Mack Sennett|
|Written by||Mabel Normand|
|Cinematography||Frank D. Williams|
|Distributed by||Keystone Studios|
English (Original titles)
Chaplin plays a waiter who fakes being the Prime Minister of Greenland to impress a girl. He then is invited to a garden party where he gets in trouble with the girl's jealous boyfriend. Mabel Normand wrote and directed comedies before Chaplin and mentored her young co-star.
- Mabel Normand - Mabel
- Charles Chaplin - Waiter
- Harry McCoy - Lover
- Chester Conklin - Waiter
- Edgar Kennedy - Cafe proprietor
- Minta Durfee - Dancer
- Phyllis Allen - Dancer
- Josef Swickard - Father
- Alice Davenport - Mother
- Gordon Griffith - Boy
- Alice Howell - Party Guest
- Hank Mann - Cabaret Patron
- Mack Swain - Big Tough Man
- Billy Gilbert - Cabaret Patron
- Wallace MacDonald - Party guest
Moving Picture World's review said, "This is another two-reel comedy manufactured in Mack Sennett's comical factory out in Californy State [sic]. It caused so much laughter you couldn't hear what the actors was talkin'. Charles Chaplin was the leading fun maker."
A reviewer for the New York Dramatic Mirror wrote, "Superlatives are dangerous epithets, especially when dealing with pictures. For that reason it is unwise to call this the funniest picture that has ever been produced, but it comes mighty close to it."
- Caught in a Cabaret on IMDb
- on YouTube
- Caught in a Cabaret is available for free download at the Internet Archive
- lantern slide w/ title "The Jazz Waiter"
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