Everybody in the world of finance understands the usual disturbance that ensues coincident with the coming of the bank examiner. Banking is a highly developed sort of housekeeping, and ... See full summary »

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Carl Winterhoff ...
Major Kingman
William Stowell ...
Robert Buckley
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James Netterwick
Thomas Commerford ...
Richard Edlinger (as T.J. Commerford)
Jack Jensen ...
Cal Stuart
Timmy Sheehan ...
Roy Wilson
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Everybody in the world of finance understands the usual disturbance that ensues coincident with the coming of the bank examiner. Banking is a highly developed sort of housekeeping, and under the new federal laws it behooves a banker to be sure that his house is well be order on the day that the examiner calls around to either approve or disapprove of the job. This comedy describes how one banker was enabled to help his friend, another banker, by detaining the examiner while his friend scraped around and collected enough cash to meet the necessary requirements of law. When the government official arrives at the first bank, the friend across the street is notified by a signal. After the examination is completed, Banker No. 1 detains the examiner with several vivid stories of his early western life. In the meantime, the clerks have carried enough money over to the second bank to carry Banker No. 2 over the impending examination. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 November 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Raising Barley in Japan (1912). See more »

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