Married contrary to her father's wishes, the daughter is disowned by the father. She is now a widow with a little boy named Jack and, very much impoverished, she appeals to her father for ... See full summary »

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Married contrary to her father's wishes, the daughter is disowned by the father. She is now a widow with a little boy named Jack and, very much impoverished, she appeals to her father for aid; he refuses to help her and so informs her. An old farmer on his way to market with several crates of poultry stops at the widow's home, asks for a drink of water, which is given him by Jack. The boy is very much attracted by the poultry and takes a particular liking to a little turkey, which the farmer gives to Jack as a present. Jack is delighted with this little turkey, names him "Drumsticks," and makes a pet of him. There is nothing too good for the "turk," which grows under his master's care and attention to be as fine a specimen of gobbler as ever stood on two legs or sounded a "gobble-gobble." Thanksgiving Day is drawing near, and "Drumsticks" is admired by all who see him. Unfortunately, he comes under the notice of the landlord when he calls on Jack's mother for the rent, which is ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 November 1910 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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