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Two Seats at the Opera (1916)

Dr. Jones, a busy bone-setter, is consulted by Osgood, who is on the verge of nervous prostration. The doctor tells Osgood that what he needs is relaxation, and offers him two tickets to ... See full summary »

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William Welsh ...
Dr. Jones (as William J. Welsh)
William Dyer ...
Mr. Osgood (as William J. Dyer)
Inez Ranous ...
Mrs. Osgood (as Inez Marcel)
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Michael Claney
Edwina Martin ...
Mary Fagan
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Dr. Jones, a busy bone-setter, is consulted by Osgood, who is on the verge of nervous prostration. The doctor tells Osgood that what he needs is relaxation, and offers him two tickets to the opera. Meanwhile, Michael Clancy, a plumber, is engaged in fixing pipes in the doctor's cellar. Mary Fagan, a cook in the doctor's household, indulges in a flirtation with the plumber, and provides him with a substantial meal. Mrs. Osgood phones to the plumbing office, and the boss plumber sends Clancy to Mrs. Osgood's house to fix the radiator. Clancy, before starting on his mission, reads in the newspapers of a diamond robbery, characterized as an inside job, carried out by burglars who got away with the loot, amounting to $100,000. He confides to one of his associates that he's going to be a burglar, as it doesn't pay to be honest. When Clancy arrives to fix the radiator Mr. Osgood, not knowing how to get rid of the opera tickets, offers them to the plumber, who expresses his preference for a ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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