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Joe Dooley ...
Snookums' Father
Ethlyne Clair ...
Snookums' Mother
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Lovey calls Dovey at his office and tells him over the telephone that something has happened to baby. Before she can explain what has happened the baby drops a plate and she drops the phone. Fearing disaster, Dovey rushes home to be told that baby has a new tooth. They decorate the house and invite the neighbors to celebrate the new tooth. The baby is missed and they fear he has been kidnapped. Rushing out, Lovey and Dovey get in their car and pursue a racing motorcycle that has something propped up in the sidecar that looks like a child. Snookums has crept into the car with his father and mother and is having a fine time unknown to them. The man in the motorcycle throws the "child" over the side of a bridge. Dovey dives into the rescue, bringing up a bottle of liquor swathed in napkins. Then Snookums is discovered sleeping in the back seat, and they camp on the road until midnight rather than wake him by starting the car. Written by CoyoteChrist

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22 September 1926 (USA)  »

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Second episode in the Newlyweds and Their Baby 2-reel comedy series. See more »

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Followed by The Newlyweds' Success (1928) See more »

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