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Love Me, Love My Dog (1909)

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Earl buys for his best girl a little white poodle. She just adores the little poodle. She is so fond of it that she even forgets Earl, who gets jealous of the dog. The wedding ceremony is ... See full summary »

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Earl buys for his best girl a little white poodle. She just adores the little poodle. She is so fond of it that she even forgets Earl, who gets jealous of the dog. The wedding ceremony is over. The bride carries her little poodle. Everybody who comes to congratulate must first shake hands with the poodle. Earl can stand it no longer; always the poodle. He often wishes he was the poodle. He tries to drown him in the soup, he tries to kick him out of the window, but still the poodle is the first in the young wife's heart. Earl confides his troubles to a friend, who advises him to poison the poodle. He gives him a vial containing poison, and instructs him to put this in the poodle's milk. Earl follows the instruction, and immediately sends a telegram to his friend "I Just poisoned Peter. Sec yon to-night at the club." The messenger boy, instead of carrying the message to its destination, brings it to the police station. The police scent murder. Three officers are dispatched to arrest ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 February 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with A Game of Chess (1909). See more »

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