Best Comedy Movies of 1912


Stolen Glory

4.9/10 IMDB

Veteran Warner and old gardener Burns vie for the hand of Widow Simpson, and the gardener steals the former's uniform and joins in the ranks of a parade, pursued by his rival. Utilizes footage shot during a Thomas Ince battle production at Inceville, the Grand Army of the Republic parade in downtown Los Angeles which commenced at 9:30am PST on September 11, 1912 (including starting area at 5th and Los Angeles and viewing stands near finish by Courthouse at Broadway and Temple), and other G.A.R. festivities at the National Soldiers' Home at Sawtelle in Los Angeles.

Starring: Ford Sterling, Fred Mace, Alice Davenport, Charles Avery, Victoria Forde, Frank Opperman ..
Directed by: Mack Sennett
Release date: 1912-10-14
Best Comedy Movies of 1912 : Whiffles, Cubic Artist

Whiffles, Cubic Artist

6.8/10 IMDB

After visiting the first Cubist exposition in Paris, Rigadin (Charles Prince) is struck by his discovery: A egg is a rhombus, the earth a cube! Unfortunately, he is engaged to Miss Rondebosse (Gabrielle Lange), whose father is head of the Tradition...

Starring: Charles Prince, Gabrielle Lange ..
Directed by: Georges Monca
Release date: 1912-01-01
Best Comedy Movies of 1912 : Le garde-meubles automatique

Le garde-meubles automatique

6.0/10 IMDB

A man who no longer can afford his rent is forced to sell his beloved furniture. The furniture can not bear to be parted from their owner and decides to return home. Not to be confused with Émile Cohl's Mobilier Fidèle from 1910.

Directed by: Romeo Bosetti
Release date: 1912-01-01

Suing Susan

4.6/10 IMDB

A romantic comedy in which two new neighbours initially cannot get along, but their staff get along just fine.

Starring: John Bunny, Flora Finch, James Morrison, Dorothy Kelly ..
Directed by: Laurence Trimble
Release date: 1912-08-09

The Butler and the Maid

5.0/10 IMDB

Jennie, a coquettish housemaid, flirts with the grocer's delivery boy and thereby incites the jealousy of her sweetheart, Frank, the butler. Frank goes to his station in the hall and, in his anger, tells the marble statue that is a part of the furnishings of the handsome home, that his sweetheart is as cold as the stone of which it is made. He quiets down, and as he is not very busy, soon becomes drowsy, and dreams that the statue comes to life and goes with him to a ball. While they are walking along the street, a policeman meets them and questions Frank. He gets frightened, they run and as they rush back into the hall, the statue falls and breaks into a thousand pieces. His sweetheart comes down the steps and wakes him up and tells him to answer the bell. Frank's surprise at seeing the statue whole is plainly shown and his delight that is has all been a dream causes him to make up with his sweetheart.

Starring: Harry Beaumont, Jeanie Macpherson, Viola Dana, William Bechtel, Carey Lee, Charles Ogle ..
Release date: 1912-04-26
Best Comedy Movies of 1912 : As You Like It

As You Like It

4.6/10 IMDB

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Starring: Maurice Costello, Rose Coghlan, Rosemary Theby, Rose Tapley, Kate Price, Harry T. Morey, Tefft Johnson, Charles Kent, Frank Currier, George Ober ..
Directed by: J. Stuart Blackton, Charles Kent, James Young
Release date: 1912-10-06
Best Comedy Movies of 1912 : The Unusual Honeymoon

The Unusual Honeymoon

4.0/10 IMDB

Newly married Thomas and Mary MacGregor attend the village fair on their honeymoon. The balloon ascension is advertised for the afternoon. Everything is in readiness and Mary induces Thomas to enter the basket of the balloon. Some mischievous boys cut the ropes holding the balloon and it rises, taking the pair on a honeymoon trip entirely unexpected. They travel fast and long until the balloon collapses upon a desert island, among a tribe of cannibals, who think the couple are gods descended from the skies. Thomas deposes the king and runs things with a high hand. The natives, however, as they become better acquainted with Thomas and Mary, realize that they are only human beings like themselves. They decide to put an end to their reign and begin preparations for their execution and cooking. The night before the day they are to be put to death, Thomas and Mary escape to the seashore, where they hail a passing vessel, which lands a boat loaded with men, who rescue the terrified couple.

Starring: Charles Edwards, Flora Finch, Rose Tapley ..
Directed by: James Young
Release date: 1912-12-18

Bunny All at Sea

0.0/10 IMDB

Black and White. Silent.

Starring: John Bunny ..
Directed by: George D. Baker, Laurence Trimble
Release date: 1912-10-17

A Proposal Under Difficulties

0.0/10 IMDB

Short film involving a flirtatious maid.

Starring: Augustus Phillips, Edna Flugrath, William Wadsworth, Bigelow Cooper, Alice Washburn, Richard Ridgely ..
Directed by: C.J. Williams
Release date: 1912-12-21
Best Comedy Movies of 1912 : A Suffragette in Spite of Himself

A Suffragette in Spite of Himself

0.0/10 IMDB

This film is unusual for an Edison film, in that the film crew actually went to Britain to take footage of their suffragettes in action. In particular, they are there to get footage of the militant suffragettes--the ones who handcuffed themselves to buildings or broke windows because of their rage over having no right to vote.

Starring: Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Ethel Browning ..
Directed by: Ashley Miller
Release date: 1912-10-30

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