It is tough to get the name and yet no part of the game. Poor Hiram didn't anticipate the trouble laid out for him when he and his wife went for a stroll in the park, she attired in a loud ... See full summary »

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Anthony O'Sullivan ...
Mr. Hiram
Grace Henderson ...
Mrs. Hiram
Kate Bruce ...
An Old Maid
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William J. Butler ...
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Lily Cahill ...
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Charles Craig ...
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Edward Dillon ...
The Masher
Frank Evans ...
Desk Sergeant
Dell Henderson
Alfred Paget ...
A Policeman
Gertrude Robinson ...
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Charles West
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It is tough to get the name and yet no part of the game. Poor Hiram didn't anticipate the trouble laid out for him when he and his wife went for a stroll in the park, she attired in a loud check waist. There has been a complaint sent to the police headquarters about an impudent fellow who has been annoying the lady visitors to the park with his attentions. Hiram, while seated with his wife, espies a very charming young lady paying him some notice. He thinks he has made a conquest and reciprocates. The Madam catches him and a quarrel ensues, the climax of which sends Hiram to a different part of the park. Alter he has cooled down a bit, he realizes his fault and starts back to make peace. From a distance he sees the check waist, and making a dash for it gathers the wearer up in his arms only to find her to be an old spinster, who has just been reading of the real masher, thinks Hiram he, and makes after him with a hat pin, calling for aid as she goes. By the time she reaches Hiram, he ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Lucky Toothache (1910). See more »

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Mack Sennett's Directorial Debut
30 October 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

At the age of 30, Mack Sennett turned his hand to directing with Mary Pickford as his leading lady whilst he was still an actor. It's a trait that he would pass on to Charles Chaplin when he would begin directing him in the short Keystone cop films in 1914.


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