In the Flat Above (1912)

An apartment house farcical love story with Roger Lytton as the occupant of the apartment above. He is an annoyed bachelor when a vocal music teacher, Clara Kimball Young, moves into the ... See full summary »

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James Young

Writer:

James Young (scenario)
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Cast overview:
L. Rogers Lytton L. Rogers Lytton ... Tom Talbot - an Upstairs Lodger
Clara Kimball Young ... Priscilla Putnam - a Music Teacher
Flora Finch ... Miss Finch - a Pupil
Kate Price ... Miss Price - a Pupil
James Young
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An apartment house farcical love story with Roger Lytton as the occupant of the apartment above. He is an annoyed bachelor when a vocal music teacher, Clara Kimball Young, moves into the apartment below. His dislike isn't softened by the fact that he meets Flora Finch, a student, coming out and thinks she is the instructor. A little later, Kate Price, also a student, meets him and gives him a tongue thrashing. Moving Picture World Written by Pamela Short

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 1912 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The climax isn't convincing enough even for a farce
6 April 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

An apartment house farcical love story with Roger Lytton as the occupant of the apartment above. He is an annoyed bachelor when a vocal music teacher, Clara Kimball Young, moves into the apartment below. His dislike isn't softened by the fact that he meets Flora Finch, a student, coming out and thinks she is the instructor. A little later, Kate Price, also a student, meets him and gives him a tongue thrashing. The climax isn't convincing enough even for a farce, and the amusement that their roles gave the players, especially those who sing, kept them from seeming so amusing as they might have. James Young is both author and producer; but it surely isn't up to his good work. - The Moving Picture World, December 14, 1912


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