Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917) A Silent Film Review

George M. Cohan tries his hand at the silent screen in this adaptation of his hit play. He plays a schlock writer who wagers he can create work of literature in 24-hours. Our hero goes to an isolated and deserted inn to work but of course you know he will be interrupted. By a reporter. And criminals. And a crazy hermit. Who steals corpses. Because.

I shall also be covering the 1983 remake, House of the Long Shadows. Click here to skip to the talkie.

Home Media Availability: Released on DVD.

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