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Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931 film)

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Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath.jpg
Swedish theatrical poster to Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
Directed byEdward Sedgwick
Written byCharles William Bell (play)
Mark Swan (play)
Produced byBuster Keaton
StarringBuster Keaton
Charlotte Greenwood
CinematographyLeonard Smith
Edited byWilliam LeVanway
Distributed byMetro-Goldwyn Mayer
Release date
  • February 28, 1931 (1931-02-28)
Running time
73 minutes
CountryUnited States
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath is an American pre-Code comedy film starring Buster Keaton, released by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer in 1931. It was Keaton's third talking picture, after his successful silent career.

The film was released in the United Kingdom as Romeo in Pyjamas. Two foreign-language versions were made at the same time: Buster se marie in French, and Casanova wider Willen in German.[1]

It is the remake of a 1920 film of the same name, based on the play by Charles William Bell and Mark Swan, which opened on Broadway in New York City on Christmas Eve, 1917 and ran for 232 performances.[2]

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath was filmed partly at Keaton's own house. The film is in the public domain and can be downloaded from the Internet.


Jeffrey Haywood (Reginald Denny) wants to marry Virginia "Ginny" Embrey (Sally Eilers). However, Ginny refuses to marry unless her older sister, the hard-to-please Angelica (Dorothy Christy) marries first as she's afraid that Angelica will become an old maid. Angelica, in turn, finds every man she knows too dull and predictable, not wild and exciting, so prefers to stay single.

One day, Jeff hits mild-mannered and timid Reggie Irving (played by Keaton) with his car and brings him to the Embrey mansion to recuperate. Angelica thinks that Reggie's handsome, so Jeff lies, telling her that he's a notorious, wealthy playboy chased away from Europe's playgrounds. Angelica's intrigued, particularly when different women, hired by Jeff, visit Reggie and fight over him.

Reggie's alarmed by this turn of events, as he thinks that Angelica's beautiful, but is inexperienced with wooing women. He tries to flee, but is captured and re-concussed by the Embrey groundskeepers at Jeff's direction. Angelica continues nursing him, falling in love.

Worried that Angelica will find Reggie dull, Jeff asks Polly (Charlotte Greenwood), a society journalist, to write rumors about him. Also, he reserves a room for Polly and Reggie at the Seaside Hotel, intending that she'll will teach him how to woo and Angelica will catch them together, proving that Reggie's not dull. Nita Leslie (Joan Peers), a family friend, believes the rumors Polly's been writing and, furious that her husband Fred prioritizes work over their marriage, declares to the Embreys that she'll go to an hotel "with the worst man I know." She sees Reggie packing his car and drives away with him.

After a disastrous trip to the Seaside Hotel, Nita and Reggie check in to their suite as Mr and Mrs John Smith. Nita becomes frightened that she is at an hotel with a terrible man and hides in the bedroom, despite his pleading from the parlor that Angelica needs to catch them together. Then, Polly bursts into the suite and comically attempts to teach him to woo. Sadly, Reggie's a limp fish, lacking passion.

The Embreys and Fred arrive, Fred shooting at Reggie for running away with Nita. Polly collapses, and everyone flees, shouting, "Murder!" with Fred pulling Nita out of the room before locking Reggie in the parlor with the "body." He hides her in a closet before the police arrive. When the they find her, Polly wakes from her faint, and Reggie escapes. Everyone runs around the hotel, becoming mixed up, and Reggie and Angelica end back in his hotel suite together. He kisses her passionately, and she melts into her arms.


See also


  1. ^ "Buster se marie". American Film Institute. Retrieved August 15, 2018.
  2. ^ Parlor, Bedroom and Bath as produced on Broadway at the Theatre Republic, December 24 1917 to July 1918;

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