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Injuns (1913)

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Playing Indians, in buckskin and war bonnet costumes, a little boy and girl playfully tie their grandpa to a spindly tree in their yard. then they proceed to gather up some old newspapers ... See full summary »

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Baby Early Gorman
Katherine Griffith
Matty Roubert
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Playing Indians, in buckskin and war bonnet costumes, a little boy and girl playfully tie their grandpa to a spindly tree in their yard. then they proceed to gather up some old newspapers and put them at his feet, and set them afire. Then they go off and leave him to burn. Fortunately he escapes and the kids are caught. Written by WesternOne

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5 March 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Eph's Dream (1913). See more »

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There'll Be a Hot Time
4 February 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Like the only other Powers Kids comedy I have seen, this is a split reel comedy of such a negligible length and seemingly offhand construction that it might seem to be little more than a home movie. That is, until you recognize the careful editing. Then you notice the deliberate pace of the comedy. Unlike the better-recalled comedies of the era -- the slapstick efforts -- this short allows the audience to get ahead of the adults on the screen and laugh at them Actually, you don't notice that until it's over. Until then, you're busy chuckling at the antics. I'm unsure where you'll get a chance to see this, but the Library of Congress has a copy. Good luck.


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