The prophecy is fulfilled and John Dough becomes the King of Lo-Hi. As King of the Lowlanders and Highlanders, he assumes the dignified duties of a ruling monarch, but with no degree of satisfaction to his adherents or happiness to himself, as the evil spirit of the witches and trend of natural events strew with shagged breakers the path of the "ship of state." The alchemist entrusts his wonderful elixir of life to the baker woman for safe keeping, who, being color blind, mistakes the precious elixir for a rheumatism cure, and the application has startling effects. Neglecting to dispose of the contents of the bowl, same finds its way into the baker's bread, and the result almost proves the undoing of Lo-Hi. John Dough gives his assistance in the celebration of the Fourth. No end of trouble results from the invasion of his peaceful rest by the much-despised Miffkits. Then comes the cherub, who introduces Dough to his animal friends, incidentally secures supplies. He then visits the ... Written by
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This 10-minutes-long film is considered lost. The cast list is unknown. See more
Follows The Land of Oz