Bill has original ideas of courting but when he puts them into practice he encounters many unexpected obstacles. His heart's desire is Tina but when this young woman spurns his advances, ... See full summary »

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John E. Brennan ...
Fat Bill
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Tina
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Bertha
Otis M. Gove ...
The Clergyman (as O.M. Gove)
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Bill has original ideas of courting but when he puts them into practice he encounters many unexpected obstacles. His heart's desire is Tina but when this young woman spurns his advances, Bill resorts to strategy. After much thought and a great deal of labor he prepares the following note: "Dear Miss Tina: I guess you'll be glad to marry me now. My uncle has left me $50,000 and I have gone to get it. Meet me at the station and bring a minister." Tina takes her friend Rose into her confidence and they plan to humiliate Bill when he returns to town. The girls are at the station when Bill arrives but to them he is invisible. The plot proves a dismal failure and our fat friend finds that he is "stung." Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 September 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Roost, the Kidder (1912). See more »

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