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A Gay Time in Atlantic City (1911)

The call of summer was in the blood of Fred Perkins and George Smith. They longed to disport themselves upon the sands and in the waves by the seaside. But, alas! They were married. Fearful... See full summary »

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Fred Perkins
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George Smith
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Mrs. Perkins - Fred's Wife
Gladys Cameron ...
Betty
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Peggy
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The call of summer was in the blood of Fred Perkins and George Smith. They longed to disport themselves upon the sands and in the waves by the seaside. But, alas! They were married. Fearful handicap! Still being brave and also clever, they proceeded to overcome this disadvantage. Fred suddenly had a nervous breakdown, shaking all over most fearfully in the presence of his wife. Just at the right time, George brought around a doctor, who was something of a sport himself. Doc looked serious. He must go away for a couple of weeks to the mountains, said Doc. Friend George nobly presented himself to be his caretaker, waving aside all considerations of neglect to his business or other inconvenience. Noble man! In due time, the invalid and his friend, roughly dressed and carrying kettles, pans and other camping paraphernalia, said good-bye to their wives. Then they hit the high places for a thick wood, not far distant where they had hidden two suitcases full of clothes. After dressing in ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 July 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Not the same film as A Hot Time in Atlantic City (1911), which involved the same personnel and the same location. See more »

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