The Emperor of Brazil is traveling by train to San Francisco. As his private train stops to take on water, he gets off to stretch his legs and the train leaves without him. Stranded alone in the countryside, he comes a upon a farm run by a widow living alone with her son and daughter. They do not believe he is truly an Emperor, so they lock him up until the sheriff comes to arrest him. Written by
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Sierra Railway No. 28 was briefly used, it still runs to this day, but is currently under repair. See more
Dom Pedro, Emperor of Brazil, speaks Spanish and English with a Mexican accent to the young American children. Brazilians speak Portuguese, not Spanish. See more