In the flat opposite Bunny's, just across the air-shaft, lives a very attractive widow. Bunny flirts with her and is caught in the act by his wife, who is going to the country. He tacks ... See full summary »

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In the flat opposite Bunny's, just across the air-shaft, lives a very attractive widow. Bunny flirts with her and is caught in the act by his wife, who is going to the country. He tacks down the shade and promises that it will remain that way during her absence. She bids him a fond farewell, but she is no sooner on her way when Bunny unfastens the shade and continues his flirtation with the widow. This continues for two or three days, when an old maid, living in another apartment of the house, sees their doings and considers it her duty to notify Mrs. Bunny of the proceedings. She goes to the telegraph office and sends his wife a wire, advising her to come home at once. Upon receipt of the telegram, Mrs. Bunny loses no time in packing her grip and starting homeward. That same morning, John tries to cook himself a little breakfast, but makes a mess of it and is doomed to go to business without eating. The widow is solicitous about his comfort and calls to him across the shaft. He goes ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 January 1913 (USA)  »

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Has an entirely new and very amusing development
16 July 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

James Young, as author and producer, has given us a very laughable little picture, with John Bunny, Kate Price, Flora Finch and Mrs. B.F. Clinton in a situation which, if not wholly fresh, has an entirely new and very amusing development. It certainly captured the audience. Its quality is more like sparkling ice than a laughing summer breeze. John Bunny flirts with Kate Jones across the air shaft, and Spinster Finch has her eye on them. She sends a telegram and John's wife comes back. But these four individuals are far more interesting than average people even in photoplays. - The Moving Picture World, February 15, 1913


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