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The End of the World (1913)

They were on their summer vacation at the time, and eats were decidedly scarce. Muggsy was for robbing a hen roost, but Larry spied the Holy Groaners. With open arms they received the new ... See full summary »

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They were on their summer vacation at the time, and eats were decidedly scarce. Muggsy was for robbing a hen roost, but Larry spied the Holy Groaners. With open arms they received the new prophet into their midst. He declared the end of the world was at hand. It was Larry who collected the Groaner's worldly goods, which they now no longer need. He lingered for more graft. The real prophet appeared. Poor Larry. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 September 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Saturday Holiday (1913). See more »

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Amused some in the audience a good deal
24 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

A tramp hoodwinks simple-minded Holy Groaners, telling them that the world is coming to an end. He is clothed in one of their robes that a pal of his had stolen and they believe him and turn over to him all their worldly goods. He waits for more graft and meets with the real prophet and then is chased into the river. William Murray plays the tramp and his comical facial expression amused some in the audience a good deal. - The Moving Picture World, October 11, 1913


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