A Romantic Girl

A Romantic Girl

Director: Louis J. Gasnier

Year: 1910

Plot: Her head filled with the thrilling feats of Arsene Lupin, Dolly decides to marry only one who can perform deeds worthy of the great Arsene himself. The most ardent of her admirers is the ever sprightly Max, who accepts the challenge with alacrity. After a few moments' thought Max announces that he will stand a supper to Dolly and the others present without paying for it. His invitation is accepted with glee, and with Dolly herself at the head, the party assembles at the restaurant named by Max. The supper is a huge success, but the time for reckoning soon comes. Max, however, is quite imperturbable, and calmly requests his guests each to make a feint of being eager to pay the bill when it is presented. The waiter is accordingly perplexed and it is therefore suggested that the waiter be blindfolded, and the one caught by him shall pay. The waiter agrees, allows himself to be blindfolded, and eventually succeeds in catching the proprietor of the restaurant long after Max and his guests have got away through the open window.—Moving Picture World synopsis
Original Title: Une jeune fille romanesque
Director: Louis J. Gasnier
Writer: Max Linder
Type: movie
Year: 1910
Genres: Short, Comedy
Cast: Max Linder
Countries: France
Languages: None , French
Color Info: Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
Sound Mix: Silent
Original Air Date: 21 Feb 1910 (Finland)
Akas: A Romantic Young Lady (United States) , A Romantic Girl (United States) , A Romantic Young Lady (United Kingdom) , Ein schwärmerisches Mädchen (Germany) , Ein schwärmerisches Mädchen (Austria)
Production Companies: Pathé Frères
Distributors: Pathé Frères , Pathé Frères
Other Companies: Pathé Frères