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Description: Mr. Hobb's secretary and Mrs. Hobb's maid are sweethearts, but Mr. Hobbs has a tender feeling for his wife's maid, while Mrs. Hobbs forms a liking for Hobbs' secretary. Both are fired for an offense of which they are quite innocent, and while strolling in the park taking pictures with a Kodak, they hit upon a scheme which secures for them a reinstatement in their former positions, but not for long. Director: Mack Sennett. Writer: George E. Glaser Cast (in credits order) Edward Dillon - The Secretary, Vivian Prescott - The Maid, Fred Mace - Mr. Hobbs, Kate Bruce - Mrs. Hobbs, William Beaudine - Man in Park
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Clip #: SF-1F
Length: 7:55
Year: 1912
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1910s
Filmmaker: Mack Sennett
Original: 35mm
1910s, 1912, silent film, short film, comedy, maid, secretary, household servants, husband, wife, couple, flirting, jealousy, firing, Kodak camera, posing, portrait, photographing, photographs, kissing, blackmail

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