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A Double Courtship (1912)

Admiral Johnson and his son are in love with Mrs. Stinson and her daughter. Both are insanely jealous of the other; Mrs. Stinson likewise is very jealous of her daughter. By the way of ... See full summary »
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Admiral Johnson and his son are in love with Mrs. Stinson and her daughter. Both are insanely jealous of the other; Mrs. Stinson likewise is very jealous of her daughter. By the way of diversion each try a hand at teasing the other, as the mother and father are, despite their age, the greater lovers of the two. One evening when the Admiral's love was overflowing, he called his son and tells him they were to dress in their military uniforms, look their best, and call on the ladies. They arrive at Mrs. Stinson's and are announced by the butler. Mrs. Stinson, suspecting what was in the Admiral's heart, hides. She then gives the Admiral a chase through the house. He finally captures the widow, while the young folks look on with great amusement. Not wishing to intrude, they take a walk into the conservatory to talk over their own plans and leave the old folks to themselves. The love gum works both ways, for we find the Admiral on his knees proposing to the widow and a glimpse into the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 August 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Buster in Nodland (1912). See more »

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