A Suffragette in Spite of Himself

Ashley Miller | 1912 | ★★★★
When two mischievous young boys pin a “VOTES FOR WOMEN” poster to his back, a cantankerously old fashioned gentleman finds himself an unwitting supporter of the suffrage movement – an unlikely situation made farcical by his inadvertent assault of an anti-suffragist, his accidental smashing of a shop window, and the fortuitous act of his becoming chained to some palings, in this hilarious, well-crafted farce.