A Horse on Bill (1913)
An actor arrives in town and plans a benefit for the town band. The leading lady of the performance is loved by the leader of the band and the trombone player. The leader, of course, is the favored one and as these two men are to enact the part of the wild horse in the performance, the trombone player, in trying to get away, works disaster for both of them.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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