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Sick Abed
Sick Abed.jpg
1920 theatrical poster
Directed bySam Wood
Produced byAdolph Zukor
Jesse L. Lasky
Written byClara Genevieve Kennedy (scenario)
Based onSick-a-bed
by Ethel Watts Mumford
StarringWallace Reid
Bebe Daniels
CinematographyAlfred Gilks
Distributed byParamount Pictures / Artcraft
Release date
  • June 27, 1920 (1920-06-27)
Running time
5 reels; 4,327 feet
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

Sick Abed is a 1920 silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures/Artcraft, an affiliate of Paramount. It was directed by Sam Wood and stars matinee idol Wallace Reid. It is based on a 1918 Broadway stage play Sick-a-bed by Ethel Watts Mumford starring Mary Boland. The spelling of the movie varies from the spelling of the play.[1][2]

This film survives at the Library of Congress.[3][4]

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Plot

As described in a film magazine,[5] at the Forest of Arden Inn are domiciled John Weems (Steppling), his wife Constance (Greenwood), and Reginald Jay (Reid). At the request of Reginald, John takes a lady customer (Lazzarini) out to look at the boy's ranch property. John and the woman are held up on the road when their machine breaks down.

Meanwhile, Constance, who sees herself as a misunderstood wife, has been devoting her time to writing scenarios for motion pictures. She meets Reginald and insists that he play the part of the lover Orlando in her movie script. Jay then starts for the city in his automobile when he sees John and the lady customer coming out of a notorious roadhouse.

Reginald is shocked, but John explains that they had merely entered the place for shelter during a rain storm. John discharges his chauffeur and Jay drives him back to the Inn. To complicate matters for John, the discharged chauffeur tells Constance that John was in the roadhouse with a strange woman, whereupon Constance decides to obtain a divorce.

New staying in the city, John, aware that Reginald will be called as a witness since he has been served with a subpoena, induces Reginald to pretend that he is ill, and has hired two quack doctors, Drs. Macklyn (Geldart) and Widner (Littlefield), to carry out the scheme. The beautiful Nurse Durant (Daniels) is also hired, and Reginald quickly falls in love with her.

Constance obtains Reginald's temperature chart and obtains an order of the court for his examination by a neutral physician. When he realizes his nurse has been fired, Reginald jumps out of bed in pursuit of her. He finds her and brings her back.

Just before the neutral physician examines him, Nurse Durant kisses Reginald, and Dr. Flexner (Bolder) finds that Reginald's heart action registers badly. Constance, realizing that she has lost her Orlando, makes up her mind to retain her husband and asks his forgiveness. The two quack doctors then leave the place while the going is good.

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ Progressive Silent Film List: Sick Abed at silentera.com
  2. ^ Sick-a-bed produced on Broadway by Klaw & Erlanger, at the Gaiety Theatre February 25, 1918 to May 1918; IBDb.com
  3. ^ Catalog of Holdings The American Film Institute Collection and The United Artists Collection at The Library of Congress,(<-book title) p. 165 published by The American Film Institute, c.1978
  4. ^ The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Sick Abed
  5. ^ "Reviews: Sick Abed". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 10 (26): 86. June 26, 1920.

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