A Kiss in a Taxi was a light-hearted farce filled with slapstick humor, romantic capers and assorted mischief. Daniels played the role of Ginette, a waitress working in a café in the Montmarte neighborhood of Paris, who spent her days warding off the advances of her many admirers. Ginette’s determination to thwart her suitors resulted in numerous antics, including a fiancé felled by a wayward punch and a taxi crash caused by one wooer’s strenuous efforts to gain a kiss at high speed. Described as a “frothy light affair” by the Charlotte Observer, A Kiss in a Taxi delighted the Carolina Theatre’s opening-night audience with its abundance of “risqué and unusual situations.”
“New playhouse Presented to City at Gala Ceremony,” Charlotte Observer, March 8, 1927, p. 5.
“‘Kiss in Taxi’ is Film Feast,” Charlotte Observer, March 6, 1927, p. 11.
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