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The Peachbasket Hat (1909)

 -  Short  -  24 June 1909 (USA)
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Mrs. Jones leaves her baby with the maid and goes shopping for a new hat. Meanwhile, the maid invites a band of gypsies into the house for a palm reading. After the gypsies leave, no one ... See full summary »

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John R. Cumpson ...
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Linda Arvidson ...
Visitor
Charles Avery ...
On Street
Clara T. Bracy
Anita Hendrie ...
The Maid
Arthur V. Johnson ...
Policeman / In Store
Marion Leonard ...
Gypsy
Jeanie Macpherson ...
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Mrs. Herbert Miles
Owen Moore ...
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Anthony O'Sullivan ...
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Herbert Prior ...
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Mrs. Jones leaves her baby with the maid and goes shopping for a new hat. Meanwhile, the maid invites a band of gypsies into the house for a palm reading. After the gypsies leave, no one can find the baby, and everyone assumes it's been kidnapped, until the baby is found under a hatbox. Written by Anonymous

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Released as a split reel along with The Mexican Sweethearts (1909). See more »

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Featured in Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (1997) See more »

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A Cinematic Hogarth
3 March 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The main reason why the 34 year old D.W. Griffith made short films like this one was because he wanted to make as many films as possible so that his name would be in the public domain and that audiences would demand his work. He pairs off mainstream culture with diversity in this film by emphasizing a pseudo purity within the dominant society, and then demonising the marginalised. He compares and contrasts just like Hogarth would, painting a picture of self-definition through the process of othering. His characters do not integrate with the rest of the world and are therefore an expression of Griffith's own sensibilities.


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