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Jack of All Trades (I) (1908)

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We open showing him securing a situation as a coachman, and after trying for several minutes to attach the horse with the head toward the carriage, he is readily bounced by the employer. ... See full summary »

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We open showing him securing a situation as a coachman, and after trying for several minutes to attach the horse with the head toward the carriage, he is readily bounced by the employer. The next scene is getting a job as an expressman, and after dropping a trunk two flights of steps, and through a ceiling and through a dining-room table, he is roughly evicted from the house; but this does not discourage him. He next tries his hand as a barber, which job he doesn't keep longer than it takes to throw him out. He next tries painting, and after painting everything in sight, from the bureau to a man dressing for an evening supper, he is again given his walking papers; and not yet discouraged, but next enters the employ of a paper hanger, and the way he tries to hang paper on a wall would make even the most gloomy scream with laughter; but the lady of the house does not scream. She boils with anger, and, grabbing poor Jack, she shows him the quickest way to the front door and unfortunately... Written by Essanay advertisement

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11 January 1908 (USA)  »

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