The morning after the blizzard old Moneyton starts to walk to his office, since the cars are not running and it is impossible to get the automobile out. He is not particularly well pleased ... See full summary »

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The morning after the blizzard old Moneyton starts to walk to his office, since the cars are not running and it is impossible to get the automobile out. He is not particularly well pleased with the idea before he starts, but his distaste is made positive about seven seconds later when he slips down the slight terrace that raises the grass plot above the sidewalk. He is wading knee deep in the fleecy snow and it aggravates the rheumatism that is bad enough anyhow in poor weather. He makes a little progress when he slips and falls. The fall is in part due to his efforts to dodge a visitor from the rural districts who is coming the other way. He carries the farmer with him and when he rises is so flustered that he falls down again and takes a few encores for good measure. He manages to get his balance and makes slow progress, but presently he falls again and this time he carries two young women with him in his descent. They pelt him with snow and hurry out, leaving him to regain his feet... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 January 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with He Got Rid of the Moths (1910). See more »

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