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Augustus Carney ...
Mr. Carney
Eleanor Blanchard ...
Hilda - the Swedish Cook
Gertrude Scott ...
Mrs. Carney
John Steppling ...
Officer McCarthy
Louise Willis ...
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What good is a name without the address? It proved almost to be a serious proposition with Mr. Carney. The newspapers had it that the maid in the Carney household was suing for breach of promise. Of course the ladies had to tell Mrs. Carney about it. The indignant Mrs. Carney locked her husband up in his room and commanded him to stay there. In the meantime, officer McCarthy, smitten with Carney's maid, Hilda, is enjoying himself in the kitchen, filling the inner man with fried chicken and beer. The cat came out of the bag, however, when Mrs. McCarthy arrives on the scene and asks for her sweetheart. Mrs. Carney thinking she means her husband, unlocks the door and presents him to his supposed sweetheart. Things righten themselves when they discover the officer in the kitchen making love to Hilda. This comedy turns into a tragedy when Mrs. McCarthy sees her husband. It develops that the Mr. Carney mentioned in the paper is another man. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 April 1913 (USA)  »

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