A slight drawing upon the elastic chambers of your imagination will help greatly in assimilating the following story, which is as true now as it ever was, still it may furnish additional ... See full summary »
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A slight drawing upon the elastic chambers of your imagination will help greatly in assimilating the following story, which is as true now as it ever was, still it may furnish additional proof of the power exercised over us by our domestics for weal or woe. In the first scene of the above story we see a late riser at the table calling for his breakfast. The cook comes rushing in to take the order. We follow her to the kitchen and see her mix a batch of dog biscuit instead of the breakfast food ordered. This canine concoction is served to the unsuspecting one, who eats it. The effect is most wonderful. He growls and he bites at everything in sight, and dropping on all fours, bounds out of the room and into the kitchen. He leaves the impression of his molars on the cook's lower extremities, then out of the door and down the street he goes, gathering bark from the trees lining his way, and leaving his mark upon different spots of the anatomy of all who cross his path, until the dog ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 January 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Cure for Gout (1909). See more »

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