We first see the gnomes come forth in the half light of the newly risen Moon Fairy, to make ready the banquet for the king and queen of Fairyland. Puck, the mischievous sprite, has somehow ... See full summary »

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Edwin Clarke ...
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Ethel Browning ...
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We first see the gnomes come forth in the half light of the newly risen Moon Fairy, to make ready the banquet for the king and queen of Fairyland. Puck, the mischievous sprite, has somehow failed to get an invitation and he proceeds to revenge himself for the seeming slight by tormenting the gnomes. They try to catch him, but he is too nimble-footed. His success makes him a little reckless, and in a daring moment they finally do capture him, only to find he has transformed himself into a white rabbit. When they think they will cook the rabbit for the banquet he suddenly becomes himself again, and laughing, eludes them. Then comes the fairy troop and there are dances, dainty, half-seen, fairylike dances, which end when Puck, who seems possessed that the festivities are not to proceed peacefully, darts in among the revelers and upsets things again. He is gone before they realize who the disturber is. We next see the discovery that he has hidden away the honey and overturned all the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 October 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy How the Telephone Came to Town (1911). See more »

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