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Cast overview:
The Grafter
Harry Gribbon ...
The Gentleman Flirt
The Lady
Edward F. Cline ...
The Knight (as Eddie Cline)
Billie Walsh ...
1st Painter
Harry Ward ...
2nd Painter


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Comedy | Short





Release Date:

18 February 1915 (USA)  »

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Circumstantial Evidence  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the documentary A Glimpse of the San Diego Exposition (1915). See more »

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'Twas Ever Thus
22 September 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Largely a typical Keystone flirting-in-the-park one-reeler, this one is differentiated slightly by dressing the players in early nineteenth century garb and having them adopt antiquated manners -- and the players do carry it off most convincingly. But once you get past that, there's nothing to make this one different from any of the dozen or so that Keystone turned out from 1914-1916.

Mack Swain, as always, is good as someone down on his luck. Played a little differently, we might have sympathy for the character, but 'Ambrose' was never played for sympathy. Swain played variations on this character for twenty years, and he remained big, bluff and human throughout.

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