Mabel goes home after being humiliated by a masher whom her wimpy husband won't fight. The husband goes off to a bar and gets drunk. She buys a boxing dummy hoping it will inspire her husband, but when he returns he gets in a fight with it, taking it to be the ladykiller.Written by
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It is surely a winner. It can't be described, but there is nothing at all offensive in it; it is all laughable, and a very desirable release. Charles Chapman and Mabel Normand are at their best and everyone knows what that means; better than most feature offerings from an exhibition viewpoint. This kind makes 'em come again soon. - The Moving Picture World, July 4, 1914
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