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Mutt and Jeff Get Passes to the Ball Game (1911)

"Well, this is one game I won't miss, anyway!" says Mutt, and away he goes to the nearest department store for a new pair of "mitt covers." After securing the desired article, he saunters ... See full summary »

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Sam D. Drane ...
Mutt
Gus Alexander ...
Jeff
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"Well, this is one game I won't miss, anyway!" says Mutt, and away he goes to the nearest department store for a new pair of "mitt covers." After securing the desired article, he saunters up the street until he comes to a show window, in which is seen a most beautiful "model" in full length, displaying "the latest" in Paris fashions. Mutt becomes so enamored that he cannot resist telling her, or IT, so. While thus deeply engaged, a newsboy runs up and cries, "Paper, mister?" "Why, cert," says Mutt, "Give me the baseball extra!" Again he turns to the model in the window, while the newsboy is trying to make change for the last piece of coin in Mutt's possession. Seeing his chance, the newsboy "beats it." "Hey, kid! the change, I need it!" cries Mutt as he chases the fleeing newsie. The "kid," however, is too far away to hear. "Something's got to be done now!" soliloquizes Mutt. "I know what; I'll work a phony ticket I just can't miss seeing that game. Resides, if I can't go, Jeff can't,... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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5 August 1911 (USA)  »

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