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Bunny's Mistake (1914)

Though his wife is doubtful of his ability to run the new automobile, Bunny insists that he is an expert driver. He starts out alone to familiarize himself with the car. He is very proud of... See full summary »

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Mr. Bunny, Motorist
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Mrs. Bunny
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Little Helene
Florence Foley
Charles Wellesley
Herman Rottger
Jack Harvey
Phil Sanford
Reginald Lyons ...
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Karin Norman
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Though his wife is doubtful of his ability to run the new automobile, Bunny insists that he is an expert driver. He starts out alone to familiarize himself with the car. He is very proud of his ability and gets more and more daring as he progresses. As he comes down the street, little Helen, out walking with her very big doll in her arms, tries to run across the street in front of him. She becomes frightened and drops the doll. Bunny runs over the doll and thinks it is the child. Bunny comes back, but when he sees a policeman talking to men near the spot where he ran over the doll and the pavement covered with red paint, which he mistakes for blood, he becomes panic-stricken and bolts. He takes shelter in a barn. The number of his car being known, Mrs. Bunny is called on to pay for the doll during her husband's absence. Bunny is pursued by all sorts of hoodoos. He meets policemen at every corner, farmers with shotguns and dogs. His car breaks down and he is forced to start pushing it ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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9 January 1914 (USA)  »

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Bunny is never more amusing
3 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

Bunny is never more amusing than when he is doleful and here he is in a sad way indeed, for he thinks he has run over a child in his car. It turns out to be a big doll. Doris M. Schroeder wrote the scenario. The incidental business is all good and particularly the sub-title "The wicked flee when no man pursueth." A good comedy number. - The Moving Picture World, January 24, 1914


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