Which Way Did He Go? (1913)

Pa is henpecked. Ma domineers over her daughter, Betty, and scorns Jim, Betty's choice, but approves of Paul, a fat, sporty individual. Pa promises to help Jim elope with Betty. The ... See full summary »

Director:

George D. Baker

Writer:

E.W. Sargent (scenario) (as Epes W. Sargent)
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Cast

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John Bunny ... Mr. Henpecko
Flora Finch ... Mrs. Henpecko
Lillian Walker ... The Henpecko's Daughter
Wally Van ... The Henpecko's Daughter's Sweetheart
Hughie Mack
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Pa is henpecked. Ma domineers over her daughter, Betty, and scorns Jim, Betty's choice, but approves of Paul, a fat, sporty individual. Pa promises to help Jim elope with Betty. The elopement comes off all right, but Pa gets caught on a nail while going down the ladder with his daughter's suitcase. With Ma at the window above and Paul's vicious bulldogs waiting for him at the foot of the ladder, Pa is in a quandary. The interesting problem, the solution of which is left to the imagination is, "Which way will he go?" Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 August 1913 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The offering is full of fun
8 November 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

John Bunny seemed to enjoy the role of Mr. Henpecko, which he plays in this picture and is most amusing in it. The offering is full of fun, to which Flora Finch, as Mrs. Henpecko. adds her share. The plot in which Henpecko takes part with his daughter (Lillian Walker) against her mother who wants her to marry Hughie Mack and helps her to elope with Wallie Van, is cleverly arranged and gets its purpose over. There was much laughter in the audience; it will be a popular offering. Produced by George Baker from the script of Epes W. Sargent. - The Moving Picture World, September 13, 1913


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