Lonesome Junction, though a howling wilderness, possessed one blessing, a train to somewhere else, but like all good things in this world, none are gained without a struggle. So the trains,... See full summary »

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(scenario) (as Eddie Dillon), (scenario) (as Tony O'Sullivan)

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Heinrich Spitzelperger
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Lonesome Junction, though a howling wilderness, possessed one blessing, a train to somewhere else, but like all good things in this world, none are gained without a struggle. So the trains, of which there was but one a day, are never on time. To the station there comes a coterie of weary travelers, all possessed with a wild desire to put a long distance between Lonesome Junction and the backs of their necks. As usual, the train is six hours late, and you may imagine the party is in not a very amiable humor. The first to arrive is an Englishman, who is "jolly well" vexed at the condition of affairs. "Train six hours late! Hit's a blooming h'outrage, don't you know!" He leaves his suit case in the sway of others coming in, and a wealthy mine owner, who enters at that moment, falls sprawling. The next to enter is a prize-fighter, who in turn takes a tumble. Wow! It looks as if there is going to be "something doing," when the driver of the Pony Express enters with the mail bag, and tells ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Western

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22 January 1908 (USA)  »

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