Ethel's Doggone Luck (1915)

Ketcher, a professional dog thief, steals a valuable dog from Mrs. Dapper and after that everybody gets involved, including Mr. Hadley, Ethel, Ed, her sweetheart, Bill and the cop. The ... See full summary »

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Edward Dillon
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Cast

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Bobby Ray ... Bill (as Bobby Fuehrer)
Fay Tincher ... Ethel
Chester Withey ... James Hadley - the Boss
Edward Dillon ... Ethel's Sweetheart (as Eddie Dillon)
Max Davidson ... Ketcher - the Dog Thief
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Ketcher, a professional dog thief, steals a valuable dog from Mrs. Dapper and after that everybody gets involved, including Mr. Hadley, Ethel, Ed, her sweetheart, Bill and the cop. The intricate action consists in the rapid and surreptitious switching about of several stolen dogs by the clever Ketcher, until nobody can tell which dog is whose, and everybody is accusing everybody else of being a thief. The police court is helpless to disentangle the mix-up. But in the end Mrs. Dapper gets back her dog. Ethel and her young man are reconciled, and as a finishing touch, a fierce bulldog fastens himself to Bill's trousers. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 1915 (USA) See more »

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Komic Pictures Company See more »
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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Nineteenth entry in the Bill the Office Boy one-reel comedy series. See more »

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Another success
10 November 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

No. 19 of the "Bill" Series. Ethel buys a stolen dog; Bill is employed by its owner to trace it. Another dog comes into the story and there are amusing plot complications. This scores another success for this comedy series. - The Moving Picture World, April 3, 1915


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