A woman passes a construction site and gets dirt in her eye, which causes her to wink involuntarily. Soon she has a trail of suitors.
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Trixie Gale
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The Grocer (as Babe Hardy)
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A woman passes a construction site and gets dirt in her eye, which causes her to wink involuntarily. Soon she has a trail of suitors.

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10 November 1915 (USA)  »

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Frühlingsgefühle  »

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The actress top-billed as Billie Rhodes is not the well-known comedienne of the same period, 'Billie Rhodes (I)', but a different actress imitating her. See more »

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Babe and Trixie
31 August 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Vim goes the flirting-in-the-park route with this one-reel comedy. Actually, it starts out with Trixie Gale -- with a question-mark-shaped beauty mark on her cheek -- attracting the usual types, wends its way through a farce as her suitors hide from her father in a French farce manner and then fight for her hand, ending with her running away with Oliver Hardy.

The only reason this picture survives at all is that Hardy is in it and it's interesting that he has a lot of his mannerisms this early, sped up enormously. Although the emphasis is on the gags rather than the plot, it is clearly modeled on the Arbuckle-Normand comedies from Keystone that were so popular at the time. Neither lead has the presence of their models, but of course things would change for Hardy.


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