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Aunts, Too Many! (1913)

Krazy-Nott, tired of the confinement of four stone walls, left quite unexpectedly. Krazy-Nutt's passion was athletics. Mr. Newlywed thought Krazy-Nutt his aunt and sought to gratify the ... See full summary »

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Peter Jay, a Newlywed
Gertrude Bambrick ...
Mrs. Peter Jay
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Krazy-Nutt
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James Harris ...
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Joseph Schrode ...
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Krazy-Nott, tired of the confinement of four stone walls, left quite unexpectedly. Krazy-Nutt's passion was athletics. Mr. Newlywed thought Krazy-Nutt his aunt and sought to gratify the passion when Krazy-Nutt cried for a horse to go horseback. The Dilly boys of the local theater supplied the need as the fore and aft of a much-desired steed. They started something and kept it up, and Krazy-Nutt had a ride all right, all right. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 October 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy McGann and His Octette (1913). See more »

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