A newlywed's first cake, too hard to eat, is used as a brick.



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The honeymoon having been completed, the young mistress is placed in charge at the new home, and we see her busily engaged in the culinary art. Hubby enters her quarters, and giving him a hurried kiss and a hug, leaving the imprint of her flour-covered hand upon his back, she dismisses him and proceeds with her work. She has an array of utensils, supplies and voluminous references at hand, and soon has the preparation safely stowed away in the oven. At noon hubby returns, and when the cake is served she finds she cannot cut it, so her helpmeet tries, and, failing with the aid of the carving-knife, he tries a chisel and hammer. Failing with these, he goes for a saw, but the wifey is so provoked now that she promptly throws the cake out of the window. A man passing is hit on the head, knocking off the silk hat, which rolls in the street. Stopping to pick up for inspection what hit him, he sees his hat demolished by a passing carriage. Angry at his loss, he enters the house and upbraids ... Written by Gaumont catalogue

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May 1906 (UK)  »

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