History Film / OneWeek

15th Feb '16 3:18:31 PM eroock
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->''The wedding bells have such a sweet sound but such a sour echo.''
-->-- '''opening intertitle'''

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->''The ->''"The wedding bells have such a sweet sound but such a sour echo.''
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-->-- '''opening '''Opening intertitle'''
14th Jun '15 10:26:52 AM JustKnown
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* AmusingInjuries

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* AmusingInjuriesAmusingInjuries: as one would expect from slapstick comedy involving hand tools.



** An entire wall of the house pivots around a horizontal beam, causing Buster, who'd been perched above a second-story window, and Sybil, who was seated on the sill of a first-story window, to change places.

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** An entire wall of the house pivots around a horizontal beam, causing Buster, who'd been perched above a second-story window, and Sybil, who was seated on the sill of a first-story window, to change exchange places.



* TrashTheSet: In the last scene, the house is demolished by a train.

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* TrashTheSet: In the last scene, the The house is demolished by a train.train in the last scene.
2nd May '15 12:05:03 PM jamespolk
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* DoomItYourself: I'm pretty sure any halfway competent architect or construction foreman would have realized there was a problem.

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* DoomItYourself: I'm pretty sure any Any halfway competent architect or construction foreman would have realized there was a problem.



* ReadTheFreakingManual: Averted. The newlyweds did read the directions, but the parts had been renumbered.
31st Aug '14 9:01:43 PM jamespolk
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Added DiffLines:

* LookBothWays: Buster and Sybil sigh with relief when the oncoming train takes parallel tracks and narrowly misses their house. Then a train coming from the other way smashes the house to kindling.
31st Aug '14 8:59:43 PM jamespolk
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Buster's wife is taking a bath when she drops the soap out of the bathtub. A hand then ''covers the camera'' while she retrieves the soap. After she's back in the tub, the hand goes away, and she grins at the camera.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: BreakingTheFourthWall / FilmTheHand: Buster's wife is taking a bath when she drops the soap out of the bathtub. A hand then ''covers the camera'' while she retrieves the soap. After she's back in the tub, the hand goes away, and she grins at the camera.



* FilmTheHand: As Sybil leans out of the tub to retrieve the soap, a hand is placed over the lens to protect her modesty.
31st Aug '14 8:57:12 PM jamespolk
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* AsideGlance: Sybil grins at the audience while in the bath.
* {{Bizarrchitecture}}

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* AsideGlance: Sybil grins at {{Bizarrchitecture}}: The weird, twisted house that Buster builds after the audience while in the bath.
* {{Bizarrchitecture}}
numbers are changed.



* BreakingTheFourthWall: Buster's wife is taking a bath when she drops the soap out of the bathtub. A hand then ''covers the camera'' while she retrieves the soap. After she's back in the tub, the hand goes away, and she grins at the camera.



* ExplodingCalendar

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* ExplodingCalendarExplodingCalendar: Counting the days in the single week that Buster spends building the house.



* GreenEyedMonster: Hank.

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* GreenEyedMonster: Hank.Hank, who changes the numbers on their crates and thus sabotages the house, because he wanted Buster's girl.



* TrashTheSet

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* TrashTheSetTrashTheSet: In the last scene, the house is demolished by a train.
31st Aug '14 8:54:11 PM jamespolk
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* ShoutOut: Keaton claimed the title was a reference to the 1907 novel ''Literature/ThreeWeeks,'' by Creator/ElinorGlyn.

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* ShoutOut: Keaton claimed the title was a reference to the 1907 novel ''Literature/ThreeWeeks,'' by Creator/ElinorGlyn.Creator/ElinorGlyn.
* SixIsNine: After all their labor building the house, they find out that the Lot 99 sign actually meant Lot 66, so they have to move the house.
13th Jul '13 8:06:19 AM Aquila89
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* RailroadTracksOfDoom

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* RailroadTracksOfDoomRailroadTracksOfDoom: At the end, Buster finds out that he built the house on the wrong lot and has to move it. It ends up getting stuck on railroad tracks while a train is coming.
28th Jun '13 10:47:22 AM Dante668
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* ShoutOut: Keaton claimed the title was a reference to the 1907 novel ''Three Weeks,'' by Elinor Glyn.

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* ShoutOut: Keaton claimed the title was a reference to the 1907 novel ''Three Weeks,'' ''Literature/ThreeWeeks,'' by Elinor Glyn.Creator/ElinorGlyn.
28th Jun '13 10:46:31 AM Dante668
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''One Week'' is an 1920 short film starring Creator/BusterKeaton and Sybil Seely as newlyweds who receive a DIY portable house as a wedding gift. They spend a week assembling it with disastrous results thanks to sabotage by a rejected suitor, as well as their own hilarious ineptness.

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''One Week'' is an 1920 short film starring Creator/BusterKeaton and Sybil Seely Creator/SybilSeely as newlyweds who receive a DIY portable house as a wedding gift. They spend a week assembling it with disastrous results thanks to sabotage by a rejected suitor, as well as their own hilarious ineptness.
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