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A Melodious Mix-Up (1915)

Although Ham and Bud are bosom friends, the parting of the ways comes when both fall desperately in love with Tottie, the soubrette of a burlesque troupe. Ham, seeing Bud smile at Tottie, ... See full summary »

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(as Chance E. Ward)

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... Ham - the Orchestra Leader (as Lloyd V. Hamilton)
... Bud - the Bass Drummer
... Tottie Tiptoes
Gerald Miller ... Bill Jones - Tottie's Husband
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Although Ham and Bud are bosom friends, the parting of the ways comes when both fall desperately in love with Tottie, the soubrette of a burlesque troupe. Ham, seeing Bud smile at Tottie, heaves his baton in the direction of his former chum. Bud, perceiving Ham flirting with the girl, lets fly at the former with his drum stick. When Ham goes back to Tottie's dressing room for the purpose of presenting her with an apple, he finds Bud ahead of him with a bouquet of flowers. The two get into a rough-and-tumble battle. Bill Jones enters the room. At Tottie's request, he manhandles Ham and Bud. The two foes combine forces. Turning upon Bill they give him a beating. That evening, Ham visits Tottie once more. Again he finds Bud present. Grabbing him by the nape of the neck, he heaves Bud through the door. Jones is just entering and Bud lands squarely into the pit of the man's stomach. Jones promptly loses all interest in the proceedings. When he comes to, he tackles Ham and Bud. By the time ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy

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19 February 1915 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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