Pat O'Malley and his wife Bridget are celebrating their golden wedding. The neighbors call in, congratulate the old couple, each one bringing a gift to commemorate the occasion. Among the ... See full summary »

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Pat O'Malley and his wife Bridget are celebrating their golden wedding. The neighbors call in, congratulate the old couple, each one bringing a gift to commemorate the occasion. Among the visitors is Sir Thomas Gifford, a rich land owner. The old couple bid him welcome, offer him a glass of wine, which he drinks to their health, then takes a paper from his pocket, which gives them free use of his house as long as they live. They are profuse in their thanks, and, after shaking hands again, Sir Thomas departs. A young Irish girl among the number takes the paper, reads it to O'Malley, then places it in the cupboard for safekeeping. Black Dinny, a process server, looks through the window, sees where the paper is secreted and, when the coast is clear, enters the room, gets the precious document and goes out. A young lad appears at this time, sees Dinny. And, knowing his character, is sure he is there for no good, so kicks him out. The young girl runs in as McShane, a gentlemanly-looking ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 March 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with A Friend in the Enemy's Camp (1909). See more »

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