|Title ID||8443||Collection ID||1196|
|Title||[Pillow Fight] Children in the Nursery|
|Theme||Early film in the South East Family life|
|Keywords||Children Family Houses Interiors Play|
|Format||Black & White Silent|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Pillows explode as two young boys fight in their nursery after being put to bed in this film by Robert Paul from the late 1890s.
A maid undresses two young boys and puts them to bed, kissing them goodnight. She shuts the door behind her. An older girl in a nightdress enters, hiding under the bed. The two boys fight with pillows. They burst and the feathers spill out onto the floor. The maid returns, forcing them back to bed, stuffing the feathers back into the pillows. She drags the girl out from underneath the bed and takes her out of the room.