Max and Maurice are two mischievous boys. Their first victim is the Widow Tibbets, from whom the boys swipe, by means of a fishing rod, her roast chicken. They then saw in half the little ... See full summary »

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Yale Boss ...
Max
Ted Dean ...
Maurice
Alice Washburn ...
Widow Tibbetts
Henry Tomlinson ...
Tailor Buck
Charles M. Seay ...
Uncle Fritz
Bigelow Cooper ...
The Farmer
Edward Mack ...
Master Miller
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Max and Maurice are two mischievous boys. Their first victim is the Widow Tibbets, from whom the boys swipe, by means of a fishing rod, her roast chicken. They then saw in half the little bridge which spans a stream running directly in front of a tailor's door. The tailor, after being called a number of names, rushes out and gets a cold plunge, much against his will. Uncle Fritz is their next victim. He is unable to sleep on account of a deposit of pinching bugs in his bed. He then tries to seek solace in his pipe, which nearly blows his head off, having been filled with gun powder. They then play a joke on a farmer by cutting open his sacks of corn. The boys play many other amusing tricks, which all tend to make the film a highly-amusing comedy. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 January 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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