Cohen's Dream (1909)
A companion picture to "Cohen at Coney Island." After the strenuous day at the Island. Cohen and his family return home, retire early, and we find Cohen and his wife almost instantly falling asleep. In his dreams Papa Cohen sees all the sights over again. He visits the Egyptian fortune teller, but upon being insulted by the latter, gets into an awful scrap. Then the famous Salome dance, and so on down the line until he has visited every place of interest on the island. He winds up in Bostock's, where he enters the cage with the animals. They break through the doors, chase him through the streets, and. as they pounce upon him, he wakes up. Cohen takes a couple of motzas from the table, eats them and falls off to pleasant dreams. Another big comic.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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