Tony Gazeco, one of the workers in the factory, is an anarchist and agitator. Being of excitable nature he is looked upon by the other men as a leader and during the lunch hour makes ... See full summary »
Arthur V. Johnson
Arthur V. Johnson,
Howard M. Mitchell
Captain Lafitte receives word that Alicante, a young Spaniard, is to wed Dolores, the Rose of St. Augustine, whom he has not seen since childhood. He objects to the wedding. Lafitte ... See full summary »
Here's an anti-Cinderella movie for you! Florence Turner and Courtenay Foote (no pun intended) are at the same formal dance, and both are wearing shoes that are too small for them. As each stumbles out of sight to ease their aching tootsies, guess who they run into?
This rather simple but well conformed short subject was the work of director Laurence Trimble, one of Vitagraph's leading director of light comedies. He also had a specialty in dog stars, having owned the charming Jean the Vitagraph Dog and would later be the owner and trainer of Strongheart, the leading competitor to Rin-Tin-Tin ... Not that any animal could compete with that star and the staff that the Warner Brothers assembled around him. Undoubtedly, that's why when Vitagraph was the last of the Patents Trust companies, it was Warners who bought them.
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