It is not strange that Jack Crane, a young widower, takes Jean, the dog, along with him and his little boy when they go fishing. Jack and his son start fishing; it is not long before the ... See full summary »

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Mrs. Gordon
Leo Delaney ...
Jack Crane
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Jack, Jr.
Adele DeGarde ...
Miss Gordon
Jean ...
Jean, a Dog
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It is not strange that Jack Crane, a young widower, takes Jean, the dog, along with him and his little boy when they go fishing. Jack and his son start fishing; it is not long before the little fellow gets tired and passes his rod over to Jean, who takes it in his mouth and continues where his young master left off. See who's here! Mrs. Gordon and her little daughter who are very much entertained by Jean. While they are looking at the dog, the little girl drops her doll into the water and it floats out with the tide. Jean jumps into the water, rescues the doll and returns it to its owner. Mrs. Gordon and her daughter thank Mr. Crane, and it is easily seen there is a mutual admiration for each other. Finding a shady nook in the woods, the lady and her little girl are comfortably seated, eating their lunch. Jack and his little boy begin to feel hungry and start tor town to satisfy their appetites. They pass through the same path which Mrs. Gordon and her daughter have taken and suddenly... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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12 November 1910 (USA)  »

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