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The Children's Revolt (1910)

Over-indulged and pampered; restrained and hampered by nurses and the "don'ts" of too much solicitude, the two children of wealthy parents long for freedom and show that they are in many ... See full summary »

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Over-indulged and pampered; restrained and hampered by nurses and the "don'ts" of too much solicitude, the two children of wealthy parents long for freedom and show that they are in many respects quite as natural as most children and a little more unmanageable. On the train going to the country for the summer they insist upon indulging themselves in candy, lemonade and everything that comes in sight and then showing an utter disregard for them and less consideration for their parents who cater to their selfish whims. At the seashore the children arc kept under the espionage of nurse, governess and parents who will not permit them out of their sight. Naturally, the children long to play with the other youngsters and whenever they get a chance they break away from their guardians and get together with the other boys and girls on the beach, but they don't escape the vigilance of the nurse and governess, and are soon brought back to the straight and narrow path mapped out for them. Their ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Short

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4 November 1910 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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