Seven Chances

Seven Chances
Seven Chances

Year

1925

Duration

56 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films, Silent

Language

English

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Synopsis

Jimmy's a shy, retiring type - but he'll have to start smooth-talking pretty quickly if he's to inherit his grandpa's $7 million fortune, which he'll only receive on the condition he's married by 7pm on his 27th birthday. The problem is, he's not having much luck - until he advertises for a wife. Then, he finds himself having to literally fend off the thousands of hopefuls - resulting in one of the most sidesplitting, high-speed chase sequences in cinema history, and some inspired slapstick from silent comedy star and director Buster Keaton.

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