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Dog-Gone Luck (1915)

When Tony Spaghetti gets word that his uncle from Italy, whom they believe to be rich, is coming to visit them, he quits his job. He and his wife go to the dock to welcome him as he arrives... See full summary »

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Vincente DePascale ...
Tony Spaghetti
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James Levering ...
Tony's Uncle
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When Tony Spaghetti gets word that his uncle from Italy, whom they believe to be rich, is coming to visit them, he quits his job. He and his wife go to the dock to welcome him as he arrives with his dog. Both Tony and his wife hate dogs, but they show the old man greatest attention, hoping to get him to leave them his money. They take the old man home, where he asks them to get him something to eat. They go to the store and, after they are gone, Tony's brother, who has been threatened by the Black Hand, comes in and asks the uncle to look after his money for him. The uncle agrees to do so and when Tony and his wife come back from the store they see him counting the money. They think it is his own and follow him to the bank and see him deposit it. They proceed to celebrate and go to a beer garden, but the uncle goes there, too, and overhears a conversation that is not very complimentary to him. He gets an idea and goes to a lawyer and makes his will. He dies a short time after and Tony... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 August 1915 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the cartoon The Victorious Jockey (1915). See more »

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