Gussle's Backward Way ()


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This film concerns the adventures of Gussle, played by Sydney Chaplin, in Big Bear Lake area of California. The picture opens with our hero riding a mule through a creek bed, when he is set... See more »

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Gussle
Phyllis Allen ...
Beer Drinker
Frank Alexander ...
Fat Man
Dave Anderson ...
Innkeeper (as Andy Anderson)
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Minnie Chaplin ...
Inn Girl (uncredited)
Joy Lewis ...
Blonde Girl (uncredited)
Wesley Ruggles ...
Man with Monocle (uncredited)

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Charles Avery
Syd Chaplin

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Mack Sennett ... ()

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Mack Sennett ... producer

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This film concerns the adventures of Gussle, played by Sydney Chaplin, in Big Bear Lake area of California. The picture opens with our hero riding a mule through a creek bed, when he is set upon by some robbers. Gussle outsmarts them by attempting to hand over his goods by stretching across the stream, but dropping the goods into the water thereby making the robber also fall in. He makes his way to an inn and recounts his experiences to the other guests and then they all go out and spend time playing in the snow. Some trick photography is used to make it appear that Gussle is making a mule walk backwards. Written by W. Lee Cozad

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  • Gussle's Backward Way (United States)
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  • 10 min
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Trivia Originally intended to be a two-reel release; it was released as one reel. The other reel was released separately as Gussle Tied to Trouble (1915). See more »

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