Have you ever heard of Dr. Wright's Wonderful Electric Insoles? "Guaranteed to cure anything the matter with the feet, rheumatism, corns, bunions, also a powerful vitality stimulant, makes ... See full summary »
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John B. O'Brien
Joseph Smith
William A. Russell
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Have you ever heard of Dr. Wright's Wonderful Electric Insoles? "Guaranteed to cure anything the matter with the feet, rheumatism, corns, bunions, also a powerful vitality stimulant, makes you feel young and giddy and alarmingly lively," etc. etc. Our hero, Bill Smith, has something the matter with his feet. He is hobbling along with the aid of a cane one day when his friend, Jim Brown stops him and tells him about Dr. Wright's Electric Insoles and recommends that he buy a pair. Bill is a little skeptical but finally decides to buy a pair. Hobbling into a drug store. Bill purchases a pair of insoles, and, anxious to see how they work, sits down on the sidewalk, removes his shoes and places the insoles inside. He rises to his feet again and the trouble begins. It seems that this pair of electric insoles has been too heavily charged or stimulated; at any rate Bill's feet begin cutting up, and for the life of him he cannot make them behave. With a swoop he is off and though he tries hard... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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12 January 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy The Old Maid and the Burglar (1910). See more »

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