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Sarah Tripamor is a rentable talking machine; every day she murders people by talking them to death. Ambulances are continually being called to take charge of collapsed victims. She stops ... See full summary »

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Frances Cummings ...
Sarah Tripamer - the Talker
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The Cringer
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Sarah Tripamor is a rentable talking machine; every day she murders people by talking them to death. Ambulances are continually being called to take charge of collapsed victims. She stops the mail man and talks until he drops. A blind man throws up his hands and regrets that he is not also deaf. Determining to get in her diabolical work, she tackles a German band until they drive her away with their horns. Next she meets a policeman who has a thief in charge; the poor cop swoons and the thief escapes. Visiting a picture show she makes her way behind the screen and talks to the shadowgraphs. Another policeman is attacked and Sarah talks the button off his uniform. Finally her jaw gets dislocated, she is taken to a hospital where one of the surgeons gives the jaw a punch and replaces it. Her husband punches it out again and she is rendered permanently dumb. Sarah is not easy to beat. Finding that she cannot talk any more, she goes to a deaf and dumb asylum and learns the sign language. ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 July 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Visit to Lively Town (1912). See more »

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