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Snakeville's Reform Wave (1914)

Slippery Slim and his wife, Sophie, drive to town. While Sophie does her shopping Slim sneaks over to the saloon to get a few drinks. Here he meets Mustang, so the two drink together. Slim ... See full summary »

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... Sophie Clutts
... Slippery Slim
... Mustang Pete
... The Bartender
Thomas J. Crizer ... (as Tom Crizer)
Bill Cato
Joe Cassidy
Jack Roberts
Darr Wittenmyer
Fred Windemere ... (as Fritz Wintermeier)
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Slippery Slim and his wife, Sophie, drive to town. While Sophie does her shopping Slim sneaks over to the saloon to get a few drinks. Here he meets Mustang, so the two drink together. Slim has promised his wife that he will not take a drink as long as he wears a certain ring on his finger, so takes off the ring before each drink. In the midst of their merriment Sophie enters the saloon. Slim almost dies of fright. Sophie rushes out where she meets a suffragette and is induced to join in the fight against the saloons. The day of election Slim and Mustang, whose wife is also a suffragette, are yanked to the polling place by their ears and forced to vote against the saloons. Sophie and her companions then go to every home bringing the women to the polls in flocks. The result is that the town goes dry by a large majority. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Short | Western

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26 November 1914 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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