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Credited cast:
Hank Hawkins
Hank's Sweetheart
Dell Henderson ...
Cigar Drummer
William Beaudine ...
Cigar Store Owner
William J. Butler ...
Hank's Sweetheart's Father
Kate Bruce ...
Hank's Sweetheart's Mother
Fred Mace ...
Hank's Sweetheart's Uncle
Edward Dillon ...
Party Guest
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ella Hall ...
Party Guest (unconfirmed)
Grace Henderson ...
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Harry Hyde ...
Party Guest
Kate Toncray ...
Party Guest


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21 March 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Voice from the Deep (1912). See more »

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Lust! Betrayal! Fudge!
4 November 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

One of the several dozen short comedies that Sennett directed for Biograph, before he went off to Keystone to work on his own, wilder farces. Here he not only directs, but stars as the jilted lover.

Although not as wild as some of his own comedies, this stands up better than much of the work he did at Keystone. People are recognizable, their motives are clearer and the jokes, in that context, a lot sharper.

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