Her Friend the Bandit
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|Her Friend the Bandit|
|Directed by||Charles Chaplin|
|Produced by||Mack Sennett|
|Cinematography||Frank D. Williams|
|Distributed by||Mutual Film|
Charlie plays an elegant bandit with whom Mabel has a flirtation. Mabel hosts a party. Charlie attends as a French count (Count de Beans). Charlie's uncouth behavior shocks the other party guests. The Keystone Cops eventually are summoned and remove Charlie from the party.
Chaplin's Lost Films
Her Friend the Bandit and A Woman of the Sea are Chaplin's lost films, as no copy is known to exist. As more and more supposedly "lost" silent films emerge, there is some hope that a copy of Her Friend the Bandit will surface in a private collection somewhere. As late as 1965, five of Chaplin's early comedies for Keystone were considered forever lost. Copies of four of them have surfaced in the intervening decades.
Reviews of the film from include the following:
From the Lexington Herald in Lexington, Kentucky (June 7, 1914): "'Her Friend, the Bandit', Keystone. One of the funniest and most hilarious comedies in a decade, with a conglomeration of mirth-provoking scenes."
- List of American films of 1914
- List of lost films
- The Professor - a 1919 film by Chaplin that was never released.
- A Woman of the Sea - a 1926 film by Chaplin that was never released, and destroyed by Chaplin himself in the 1930s as a tax writeoff.
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