It isn't convincing; people know too much about electricity
The tenderfoot had brought an electric battery with him from the East. It was such as doctors use and a big one. The punchers on the ranch horsed the tenderfoot badly and he and the ranch girl, who had become his sweetheart, got revenge by means of this. They rigged it up to the tin plates on the dining table and had the whole bunch held fast while they got married at the parsonage. It isn't convincing; people know too much about electricity. It shows very fine camera work on very poor stock; the pictures are faulty, but clear. It is about full length and will serve as a filler. Miss Grandin plays the ranch girl. The Moving Picture World, February 17, 1912
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