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Original Title :
The Sharps Want a Flat
Genre :
Movie / Comedy / Short
Year :
1914
Directror :
Allen Curtis
Cast :
Max Asher,Louise Fazenda,Bobby Vernon
Type :
Movie
Time :
10min
Rating :
6.7/10

The one consuming passion of Mrs. Sharp's nature is her love of dumb animals. Among her collection are cats, dogs, birds, a sheep, a goat, a pony and a monkey. She keeps them all in her ... See full summary

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Howbeit, the Sharps decide upon a flat and move. Above them is located an all-night tango school. The dancers are most inconsiderate. In the early hours of the morning they disturb the poor dumb animals by stamping their heels upon the floor. The Sharps come to the conclusion that there is no way of getting away from obnoxious neighbors, that they may as well become martyrs to the system. They give away all their pets, the pony, monkey, goat, the parrot, and with a deep sense of their martyrdom, return to their first flat, forgiving the. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis.

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The one consuming passion of Mrs. Sharp's nature is her love of dumb animals. Among her collection are cats, dogs, birds, a sheep, a goat, a pony and a monkey. She keeps them all in her small flat on the fifth story of an apartment house. Her neighbors, however, object to them. In short, Mrs. Sharp is asked to move. She complies with this unreasonable request and forthwith she and Mr. Sharp set out in search of a new flat. It is a terrible experience. Howbeit, the Sharps decide upon a flat and move. Above them is located an all-night tango school. The dancers are most inconsiderate. In the early hours of the morning they disturb the poor dumb animals by stamping their heels upon the floor. The Sharps come to the conclusion that there is no way of getting away from obnoxious neighbors, that they may as well become martyrs to the system. They give away all their pets, the pony, monkey, goat, the parrot, and with a deep sense of their martyrdom, return to their first flat, forgiving the ...
Cast overview:
Max Asher Max Asher - Mr. Sharp
Louise Fazenda Louise Fazenda - Mrs. Sharp
Bobby Vernon Bobby Vernon


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Max Asher and his wife search for a flat. They possess a large family of animals, which will lend a certain interest to the film. The story itself does not get over very strongly. - The Moving Picture World, April 25, 1914