A Chinese street vendor stands on the corner displaying his basket on which is a sign "Hot Mutton Pies." Two boys come along and each purchase a pie which they devour with great gusto. As ... See full summary »

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A Chinese street vendor stands on the corner displaying his basket on which is a sign "Hot Mutton Pies." Two boys come along and each purchase a pie which they devour with great gusto. As they eat, the Chinaman changes the sign so that it reads "Hot Cat Pies" and a couple of cats jump out of his basket. The boys throw their pies away in disgust, and the Chinaman is greatly amused. Written by AMB Picture Catalogue (1902)

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