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Les tribulations d'un neveu

Weitere Titel: Der Erbneffe (D, Ö)/ Surprise package (USA) - Länge: 155m - 2 UT - Interpret: Max Linder - Produktion: Pathé Frères - Katalog-Nr.: 2490/Nov.08 - Auf.: 13. November 1908 (Paris/ Omnia Pathé) — Weitere Auff.: 6.12.08 (Graz/ Grazer Bioskop)

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A young student from the country who is attending college in the city receives a letter from his aunt, telling him that she is lonely and wishes him to return and pay her a visit. He is anxious to comply with her wishes, but his little sweetheart, who is deeply in love with him, cannot bear the thought of being separated from him even for a day. He, however, manages to get away, and arriving at his aunt's home, is enjoying a quiet little chat with the old lady when the servant announces the arrival of his trunk. The young man gives orders to have it placed in his room, and upon opening it shortly afterwards, is dumbfounded to see his fiancé pop out. This is followed by many amusing incidents. (Moving Picture World, Dec. 5, 1908)

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Un jeune étudiant de province reçoit une lettre de sa tante lui disant qu’elle est seule et qu’elle serait heureuse de le voir. Il serait fort désireux de complaire à sa tante mais sa petite chérie qui est très amoureuse de lui ne peut consentir à être séparée de lui même pour un jour. Lui cependant réussit à partir et arrivé chez sa tante il est tout heureux de causer avec elle lorsque la servante annonce qu’une malle vient de lui être livrée. Le jeune homme donne des ordres pour que la dite malle soit portée dans sa chambre. À peine l’a-t-il ouverte qu’il est confondu de surprise en voyant sa petite fiancée en surgir! Évidemment, il s’ensuit beaucoup d’incidents très amusants. (Henri Bousquet, Catalogue Pathé des années 1896 à 1914, Bures-sur-Yvette, Editions Henri Bousquet, 1994-2004)

 

 

 

Angekündigt/ billed/ annoncé: "Aventuras de um sobrinho (Comica de Max Linder)", IMPRENSA, 24. Dez. 1912. - Eine ähnliche Handlung wird Max in dem fünf Jahre späteren Les vacances de Max verwenden. [Max will use a similar plot five years later in Les vacances de Max.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A young student from the country, who is attending college in the city, receives a letter from his aunt, telling him that she is lonely and wishes him to return and pay her a visit. He is anxious to comply with her wishes, but his little sweetheart, who is deeply in love with him, can not bear the thought of being separated from him even for a day. He, however, manages to get away, and arriving at his aunt's home, is enjoying a quiet little chat with the old lady when the servant announces the arrival of his trunk. The young man gives orders to have it placed in his room, and upon opening it shortly afterwards, is dumfounded to see his fiancé pop out. He is greatly excited, for he does not want the old lady to see the girl, and when they hear her footsteps on the stairs, he places her back in the trunk and assumes a careless air as his aunt enters, but manages to keep sitting on the trunk till she leaves. He then releases his prisoner and makes haste to get her out of the place, but as they are going down the stairs, the old lady puts in her appearance, and this time they seek refuge in a store room, and from there sneak into the aunt's room and hide under her bed. By this time the house is in an uproar and everybody helps to look for the young man, but their efforts being unsuccessful, the aunt prepares to retire. She gets into bed and is soon in the Land of Nod, but is suddenly awakened when the couple try to make their escape. She gives the alarm and soon the whole household is on the trail of the pair, who rush down into the cellar, and try to get out through the window. The fellow manages it, and is trying to drag the unfortunate girl after him when the searching party captures her. They carry her back to the room and leave her there while they summon the police, but the youth manages to get her into the trunk again and quickly locking it, throws it out the window. It lands on the sidewalk and breaks open, thus liberating the prisoner, who makes good her escape, while the people in the house are searching everywhere for her. (The Billboard, Dec. 12, 1908)

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A knockabout comic which has certain elements of attraction in the spirited action and the unexpected surprises which greet one every time the scene changes. The last scene is the most surprising of the whole. It is well photographed and the characters do not seem to be overdoing their parts. (Moving Picture World, Dec. 12, 1908)