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Mutt and Jeff at the Fortune Teller's (1911)

Mutt and Jeff are passing down the street, talking over their troubles in general, when suddenly Mutt spies a sign: "Mme. Squee, Palmist," which makes a great hit with him. He endeavors to ... See full summary »

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Sam D. Drane ...
Gus Alexander ...
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Mutt and Jeff are passing down the street, talking over their troubles in general, when suddenly Mutt spies a sign: "Mme. Squee, Palmist," which makes a great hit with him. He endeavors to persuade little Jeff to go in, saying, "Why bother our heads about the future, when we can go in here and have someone tell us all we expect?" After much persuasion, he finally induces little Jeff to go in with him, but much against the will of the latter. They each have their fortune told them, Jeff first, for Mutt is not the boy to tackle any game until poor little Jeff has been a victim himself. Well, little Jeff is told a most "beautiful dream," and that all he has to do is, simply "wish." His good luck prompts Mutt to go in the "queer" room and learn his fate. He does so, and what he gets is simply awful. "He is going to die young." In fact, "when he dies he is going to lose his breath." "Mme. Squee" even tries the game of "she loves me, she loves me not," with the rose, but it always comes out... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 July 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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