Charley Cheddar knocks out an offender at school, and thinking he is done for, makes a quick get-away to avoid the police. He flies to London and conceals himself in the home of his ... See full summary »

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John Lancaster ...
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Charley Cheddar knocks out an offender at school, and thinking he is done for, makes a quick get-away to avoid the police. He flies to London and conceals himself in the home of his newly-wed sister. He is well-nigh famished, and finding sanctuary in the dining room, hides under the table and helps himself, reaching up and taking a chance. The cook yells that the house is haunted and through a series of amusing scenes the terrified youth adds to the delusion and confusion. He meets his new brother-in-law for the first time, and finding that he is a judge, believes his chance for having the law on him improving momentarily. He disguises himself, but gets deeper into trouble all the time. Until it is revealed he is not a fugitive from justice, and the man he knocked out has happily recovered. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 March 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary The Great Wall of China (1913). See more »

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Hard to keep interested in it
19 August 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

An old style farce. We ourselves found it hard to keep interested in it, and we heard much conversation around us while it was on. It was written by T.W. Robertson and produced by C.H. France. In the cast are Lyllian Leighton, John Lancaster. Palmer Bowman and Darel Goodwin. - The Moving Picture World, March 29, 1913


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