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Two Knights in a Barroom (1912)

Weary Willie, wending his way to the main thoroughfare of the town, starts his panhandling at a bakery, where he is thrown out. He then tries his luck at the cobbler's, clothing store and ... See full summary »

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The Tramp (as William L. West)
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1st Knight
Yale Benner ...
2nd Knight
Henry Tomlinson ...
The Baker
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The Cobbler
Julian Reed ...
The Tailor
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1st Barber
Albert Roccardi ...
2nd Barber
Edward O'Connor ...
The Bartender
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Weary Willie, wending his way to the main thoroughfare of the town, starts his panhandling at a bakery, where he is thrown out. He then tries his luck at the cobbler's, clothing store and barber shop, and in each instance meets with severe treatment. He is half famished when he meets two young men about town who for a joke invite him to have a drink. Entering a café, they behold the barkeeper fondly gazing at two suits of ancient armor mounted upon pedestals. They repair to the bar and the tramp indulges to his heart's content, after which he curiously examines the knights' armor and falls asleep on the chair. He dreams that the knights come to life and offer their services as his body guard. We now see him leading the knights forth. First he goes to the baker's cellar, where he commands the knights to throw the baker into a vat of dough while he gobbles down pies and cakes. Next to the cobbler's, where he confiscates a pair of shoes, while the knights hammer the tall, protesting ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 April 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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