This smokes husband, though little better than a smoked herring, more properly belonging to the crustacean type of piscatory, the lobster, for such he was and no mistake. While our friend ... See full summary »

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This smokes husband, though little better than a smoked herring, more properly belonging to the crustacean type of piscatory, the lobster, for such he was and no mistake. While our friend Benj. Bibbs was not exactly parsimonious still there were times when he kicked most vigorously against his wife's extravagance. Such an occasion opens our story. Milady Bibbs has just had sent home a hat and gown, for which poor Bibbsy has to give up, but when he sees her attired in the duds, he softens, for she certainly does look stunning. All is well until she turns around when, O, horror! It is a sheath gown of a most pronounced type. "You brazen hussy, to appear such!" He could say no more, for he fairly choked with rage, and rushes from the room in a state of turbulent perturbation; but not until he has ruthlessly thrown a floor rug over his shameless wife. The maid of the family is in league with a crook, and the pair have plotted to rob the place. To this end the crook has written a note to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 September 1908 (USA)  »

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Cinema - The New Theatre
19 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Whereas in days gone past audiences used to be stirred emotionally by the plays of Shakespeare in the theatre, the 33 year old D.W. Griffith provided a voice in the cinema through the camera to communicate narrative. Does this mean that this new medium was superseding the novel and play?


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