Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Girl in the Pullman is a standard door-slamming farce in the fine tradition of Up in Mabel's Room and Getting Gertie's Garter. While on his honeymoon with his new bride, Harrison Ford (not the same!) discovers that his ex-wife is occupying the adjacent pullman sleeper in the company of her new mate. The inevitable mix-ups ensue, with everyone suspecting the worst and no one willing to listen to explanations. Franklin Pangborn, a semi-regular in silent films of this nature, scores the biggest laughs as the outraged "other man." Reviewers in 1927 suggested that Girl in the Pullman was more suited to Mack Sennett than to its actual producer, Cecil B. DeMille.