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Dog and Wolf (1911)

Chiens et loups (original title)
While the old surgeon is visiting a patient, his maid, walking in the garden, notices indications that someone has recently climbed the wall. She is frightened, and tells her misgivings to ... See full summary »

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(as Émile Chautard)

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(scenario), (novel)

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Edmond Duquesne
Mme. Bernold
Olga Demidoff ...
(as Mlle. Demidoff)
Henri Gouget
Georges Saillard
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While the old surgeon is visiting a patient, his maid, walking in the garden, notices indications that someone has recently climbed the wall. She is frightened, and tells her misgivings to the old surgeon, who sends her off to bed, bidding her not to worry, for his faithful dog Black is always at hand to defend him. The surgeon leisurely lights his pipe and settles himself to his easy-chair, preparatory to enjoying his evening paper, after a fatiguing day. His dog Black, however, shows signs of restlessness, and at last the master, having confidence in the dog's instinct, is certain that something is wrong. He takes a lantern, calls his dog, and goes out to investigate. Almost immediately Black makes a dash for some nearby shrubbery, and when the surgeon reaches the spot, he finds that a tramp is being savagely attacked by the dog. Seeing the agony on the victim's face he calls the dog off, and takes the man into his study, feeling for him only as a doctor feels for a patient. With ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 April 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released in the US as a split reel along with the documentary Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives (1910). See more »

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