Grabinsky, who runs an artificial limb store, is suddenly awakened to the fact that someone has stolen an artificial limb from his place, and the man who took it quickly rushes out of doors, trying to escape, but old Grabinsky follows, and is just unfortunate enough to have the man escape around the corner when he gets out of the store. He asks a boy if he saw any one come out, and the boy tells him he saw a man go in the opposite direction. Grabinsky quickly follows, determined to find his leg. He does find legs; for he thinks everyone he sees has his missing limb. A man on a lamp post is cleaning the lamp when Grabinsky spots him, and pulls his unsuspecting leg, pulling him off the ladder and giving him a hard bump upon the ground. But this does not discourage Grabinsky, who keeps a-going, pulling each and every leg as he sees it. He pulls several painters from the scaffold; he pulls a man off a horse: he pulls people out of windows and off wagons, in fact, he pulls every one's leg,... Written by
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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Ker-Choo
(1908). See more