Dick, who is refused permission to accompany the swimmers, plans revenge. When the boys are in the water he hides their clothes. When the boys come out and find their clothes missing they ... See full summary »

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Dick, who is refused permission to accompany the swimmers, plans revenge. When the boys are in the water he hides their clothes. When the boys come out and find their clothes missing they are in a quandary. A scouting party sneaks through the woods and appropriates a quantity of women's wearing apparel, found hanging on a clothes line. Dick, unable to restrain his merriment, makes his presence known and is run down and caught by one of the boys. As punishment for his mischief he is thrown, fully dressed, into the water. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 February 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Floral Parade at San Diego, Cal. (1912). See more »

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The picture just it is filled the house with laughs
11 September 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

An unusually fresh comedy, caused by a mischievous youngster's hiding the clothes of four cowboys who are in the canal swimming. They have to steal such things as hang on a drying line and are chased. The exhibitor came to this reviewer and complained about the picture's photography. He said, "Here is this dandy comedy. I've just put in the most expensive projecting apparatus I can get and then I get such photographs. Why, that picture would be the talk of the town; it would be a scream, if it were clear. The picture just it is filled the house with laughs; it made 'em roar. It is a sure feature. - The Moving Picture World, February 24 1912


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