Her Friend the Bandit
|Her Friend the Bandit|
|Directed by||Charles Chaplin
|Produced by||Mack Sennett|
|Cinematography||Frank D. Williams|
|Distributed by||Keystone Studios|
|Release dates||June 4, 1914|
|Running time||18 minutes|
Her Friend the Bandit (1914) is an American comedy silent film made by Keystone Studios starring Charles Chaplin and Mabel Normand, both of whom co-directed the movie. This and A Woman of the Sea are Chaplin's lost films, as no copy is known to exist.
Reviews of the film from 1914 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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