Jamison has a very jealous wife. Mrs. Jamison has a very gossipy friend. When the friend spots Jamison on the street talking to an attractive young woman, she reports back to Mrs. Jamison ... See full summary »
Jamison has a very jealous wife. Mrs. Jamison has a very gossipy friend. When the friend spots Jamison on the street talking to an attractive young woman, she reports back to Mrs. Jamison that her husband is obviously having an affair. Mrs. Jamison storms out, and a few minutes later a guest arrives for a visit -- a Professor Brown. Jamison doesn't realize the professor is a woman, and Mrs. Jamison, who has returned, doesn't realize the woman is Professor Brown. She presumes she has caught her husband with his mistress. A dancing butler, a game-playing dog, and a very accommodating burglar complicate the situation. Written by
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Except for Charley Chase, whose name appears above the title, there is no cast list. Actors are introduced by intertitle cards just before they appear on the screen. The IMDb cast list therefore uses this "order of appearance" sequence. See more »
Charlie Chase was a very prolific comedian of the early days of cinema--having appeared in over 250 shorts and full-length movies. However, today few would recognize his name.
This film features Charlie as a rich guy with an incredibly jealous wife (though looking at him, I just couldn't see what the fuss was all about--he was definitely NOT a "lady killer"). Well, through a series of odd coincidences, it appears that Charlie is cheating and he spends most of the film doing everything he can to convince his wife of his fidelity. This is pretty funny--especially when the butler and a stray dog decide to help him. Although there is no way everything could have worked out like it did at the end of the film, if you turn off your brain and just watch you'll laugh and have a great time.
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