Michael Dolan has been long enough in this country to imbibe American national sentiment and he resented having to purchase whiskey at a saloon kept by a smiling Dago. His resentment was ... See full summary »

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Mike Dolan (as Richard Lee)
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Mike's Wife
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Michael Dolan has been long enough in this country to imbibe American national sentiment and he resented having to purchase whiskey at a saloon kept by a smiling Dago. His resentment was intensified by some newspaper statistics that he read dealing with alien immigration. Dreaming a dream, he witnessed the curious spectacle of people of various nationalities taking active part in public affairs. For example: he sees the Asiatic in control. In other words, the Yellow Peril has led to officering the country by Japanese men. Other nationalities, in the garbs of their countries, also appear in this picture, much to the horror of Michael, who has to endure the greatest agony at the grotesque sights he sees in his dream. Of course, he awakens from his dream and, getting down to the stern realities of life, is sent to the wash tub by his wife, who admonishes him against excessive drinking and idle newspaper reading. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 July 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Building a Church in a Day (1912). See more »

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