Mrs. and Mr. Sarah Jane Brown, note the names, are a married couple of 1920. They first appear in the Brown dining room, where Mr. Brown enters from the kitchen with a tray and puts ... See full summary »

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Mrs. and Mr. Sarah Jane Brown, note the names, are a married couple of 1920. They first appear in the Brown dining room, where Mr. Brown enters from the kitchen with a tray and puts breakfast on the table. One of the Brown girls slaps one of the Brown boys, a timid creature of 13, and makes the poor dear cry. Mrs. Brown, dressed in a very masculine costume, comes in, sits down at the table and pours her coffee. Mr. Brown waits on her, tremblingly. She tries to cut the meat, but it is too touch. She declares the coffee is cold, gets angry and scolds Mr. Brown. That poor man bursts into tears and flees to the kitchen. Mrs. Brown rises angrily, takes her overcoat and Derby and goes out, slamming the door. We next see Mrs. Brown at her office, where she is very attentive to a lady-like young man, her stenographer. We see her at the club, smoking and playing cards with others of her kind. We see Mr. Brown at home making beds, sweeping, washing the clothes, hanging them out and gossiping ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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16 January 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Easy Coin (1911). See more »

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