Movie 1min

Wine, Women & Song (1905)

Not rated.

Facts
Country United States
Language English
Titles
(Alternative) Forbidden Fruit
(Alternative) Wine, Women and Song
Production
Distribution
Categories
Alcohol Black and White Comedy Flirting Lust Monk Short Silent Film
Description

The film concerns the illicit relations between a woman dressed as a serving maid and a man dressed in the robes of a friar. They are seen drinking from beer steins and embracing when another man, also dressed as a friar or monk, enters the room. The second friar orders the first to leave, and the young woman remains. After a cursory glance about the premises, the second friar sits down on the bench with the young woman and begins wooing her.

Source: Early Motion Pictures: The Paper Print Collection in the Library of Congress

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Cast
Unavailbale.
Crew
G.W. Bitzer - Cinematography