Cutey and the Twins (1913)
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To listen to Cutey's braggadocio, one would believe that he was irresistible among the women. His overthrow, however, comes about in a very singular manner. Two twin sisters, still in their short frocks, come to the conclusion that they will dress themselves in their mother's long dresses, take a walk in the park just like regular grown-up ladies. Cutey, dressed in his afternoon attire, Prince Albert and high hat, is strolling through the park and spies the two girls. After a while, he managers to become acquainted with them and asks permission to call at their home. They grant it. On the way home, their own father does not recognize them and mentally notes what a pair of stunning young ladies they are. Later, when he returns home, he finds out about their little escapade, and he and their mother chide them for indulging in such play. Their brother, who is one of Cutey's chums, decides to make the joke a good one by having his friends on hand to see Cutey's humiliation when he calls to see the two young ladies he met in the park. Cutey calls, presents his card and is ushered into the reception room, where he meets the twin's mother and father. When he tells them he has called to see the girls, he is ushered upstairs to the nursery, where the twins in their short dresses are playing with their dolls. Poor Cutey does not know what to make of it all and when the two children turn around and look at him, he is almost paralyzed with surprise.
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