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Fred Mace

  • Aug 22, 1878 - Feb 21, 1917 (age 38)
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1917
Fred Mace
PersonalFebruary 1917

Fred Mace

Fred Mace passed away.
1916
An Oily Scoundrel
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MovieMar 26, 1916

An Oily Scoundrel

An Oily Scoundrel released.
The Village Vampire
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MovieMar 12, 1916

The Village Vampire

The Village Vampire released.
1915
Fatty and the Broadway Stars
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MovieDec 15, 1915

Fatty and the Broadway Stars

Fatty and the Broadway …
Fatty and the Broadway Stars is a 1915 American short comedy film directed by and starring Fatty Arbuckle.
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A Janitor's Wife's Temptation
MovieDec 5, 1915

A Janitor's Wife's Temptation

A Janitor's Wife's Temptation released.
My Valet
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MovieSep 23, 1915

My Valet

The parents of a wealthy young man arrange for him to marry …
The parents of a wealthy young man arrange for him to marry a woman he has never seen. When he meets and falls for a young woman he convinces his valet to switch places. The idea is that the valet will make a bad impression on the fiance, the wedding will canceled and the hero can marry his true love. There is only one problem, his love and unseen fiance are the same woman.
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What Happened to Jones
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MovieMar 22, 1915

What Happened to Jones

What Happened to Jones is …
What Happened to Jones is a lost 1915 silent film directed by and starring Fred Mace. It is based on George Broadhurst's 1897 play What Happened to Jones. William A. Brady was the producer.
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1913
Fred Goes in for Horses
MovieDec 7, 1913

Fred Goes in for Horses

Fred Goes in for Horses released.
Ketchem and Killem
MovieOct 12, 1913

Ketchem and Killem

The editor and business manager of the "Modern Magazine," …
The editor and business manager of the "Modern Magazine," while riding in a street car, have a list of names before them, and one suggests to the other that he "kill these." They are overheard by a fellow passenger, an amateur detective, who does not know that the phraseology "kill 'em" means to strike their names from the list. The passenger (Fred Mace), is the raw sleuth. When they leave the car he follows them and picks up the list that they have dropped. This enables him to notify each one that he was a "marked man." He saw the magazine men look at pistols in a store window, and after they had bought one he followed them to a place of seclusion where they practiced shooting at a target, which happened to be the end of a dry goods box, behind which the sleuth had concealed himself, doing a bit of good comedy work. The "marked men," accompanied by a policeman, finally round up the editor and his companion, who explain the full significance of "kill 'em" and make clear that the editor had bought the pistol for his brother, in the west. The business manager then gave the delinquent subscribers bills, in full to date, and the policeman made them pay, against their will. By this time, the amateur detective had become the center of interest, likewise of action, and before he emerged from the melee, he had been reduced to something that looked like an infringement on a jello pudding. He finally pulled himself together, getting away from the scene with speed.
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His Way of Winning Her
MovieJul 19, 1913

His Way of Winning Her

Fred is very much in love …
Fred is very much in love with Gladys, but her father does not look with favor upon him as a prospective son-in-law. He telephones the girl that he will come to the house at midnight, ready to elope with her. The father overhears the plan and locks his daughter in her room. When Fred arrives he is greeted by a fusillade of rolling-pins, flat-irons, bricks, etc., and heats a hasty retreat. The parents decide that they need a chaperon for their disobedient daughter, so they advertise for a stern governess. Fred dresses up and gets the position and is looked upon with favor by the parents. He elopes with Gladys and they are married before the parents find out how they have been fooled.
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The Gangsters
MovieMay 29, 1913

The Gangsters

An amusing burlesque of gang fighters. The police go after …
An amusing burlesque of gang fighters. The police go after them, one by one, and each guardian of the peace is caught and despoiled of his clothing and compelled to return to the station. The police put a dummy officer on a plank extending out into the water, and when the gangsters go after him the live police close in on them and a battle royal takes place in the water.
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The Foreman of the Jury
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MovieMay 22, 1913

The Foreman of the Jury

Jones is broke. His girl is …
Jones is broke. His girl is giving a birthday party, and her various suitors give her costly presents. Jones finds a beautiful lavaliere, which be gives to Mabel, and wins her heart. He is chosen as the foreman of a jury, and when petty offenders are brought to trial turns a deaf ear to all pleas for mercy, gaining the hatred of the other jurors. Finally a man is brought up who is to he tried for stealing the necklace Jones found. A strong case is shown, and all the other jurors want to find him guilty, but Jones holds out for an acquittal. Mabel comes into the court room and sits alongside of the complainant. The necklace is seen and an uproar takes place. Jones is accused as a thief and in a highly melodramatic manner takes a huge vial from his pocket, drinks the contents and falls back dead.
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Hubby's Job
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MovieMay 19, 1913

Hubby's Job

Hubby is out of work, and wifey is working as a stenographer, …
Hubby is out of work, and wifey is working as a stenographer, posing as a single woman, in an employment agency. The boss is in love with the pretty typist. He tells her he wants a man right away, and she telephones her husband to come down. He gets the job, which is that of porter. While hubby sweeps the floors and cleans the cuspidors, the boss is holding wifey's hand in the private office. Another suitor, who, also, does not know the stenographer is married, tries to see her and is kicked out by the boss. He tells his troubles to the porter, and then rushes off to tell the boss's wife, for revenge. Hubby listens at the door and is caught by the boss, who tips him to stop spying. The boss's wife, a two-hundred-pounder, arrives just as hubby has gotten up his courage to heat up the boss, and a lively scrimmage ensues.
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The Bangville Police
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MovieApr 24, 1913

The Bangville Police

At a farm near Bangville, the young daughter see strangers in the …
At a farm near Bangville, the young daughter see strangers in the barn. She quickly rushes to the house and calls the police. The police engage in a haphazard rush across the countryside to get there in time.
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Cupid in a Dental Parlor
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MovieApr 21, 1913

Cupid in a Dental Parlor

Harold is in love with Ethel …
Harold is in love with Ethel Parks, but finds scant favor with her father, Parks always manages to get his daughter away from her admirer, but one day Harold makes bold to call at the house. The reception he receives shows him plainly that he will never win the old man's favor. Harold goes to see his friend, the dentist. While there, Parks comes in, suffering with an aching tooth, accompanied by Ethel. Harold jams him down into the chair and applies the gas and soon Parks is in slumberland. Harold persuades the dentist to take Ethel to the minister's house and await him there. On the way the dentist, himself a suitor, convinces Ethel that she should marry him and the knot is tied. When Harold rushes up he is coldly met by the couple who inform him that they are married, and Harold vents his spleen on the little dentist.
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Murphy's I.O.U.
MovieApr 12, 1913

Murphy's I.O.U.

Murphy, the cop, gives his I. O. U. to the money-lender. …
Murphy, the cop, gives his I. O. U. to the money-lender. Pressed for payment, he gives up his wife's jewelry. She thinks she has been robbed and reports the matter to the police lieutenant. Amusing complications result in which Murphy's duplicity is exposed, and his wife administers punishment for his offense.
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Those Good Old Days
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MovieApr 7, 1913

Those Good Old Days

A gorgeously costumed play, in which a merry king gets too …
A gorgeously costumed play, in which a merry king gets too gay with the dancing girls of the court and gets in trouble with the irate queen. The subjects have been vainly petitioning the king for improvements in his reign, without avail. The king pays too much attention to the sweetheart of a country bumpkin who shows his resentment by chasing his royal highness with a pistol and perforating the royal legs. The king takes refuge in the top of a tree, from which ignominious position he is finally rescued by his courtiers. In consideration of the bumpkin promising not to tell the queen of this latest escapade, the king grants the petition of his subjects.
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At Twelve O'Clock
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MovieMar 27, 1913

At Twelve O'Clock

An Italian makes love to a girl and is repulsed. She favors …
An Italian makes love to a girl and is repulsed. She favors another man, and the Italian uses drastic measures to rid himself of his rival. He finally becomes angered at the girl and kidnaps her. He ties her to a post and arranges an infernal machine, attached to a clock, which will shoot off a revolver at 12 o'clock. The weapon is pointed at the girl, who makes frantic efforts to escape as the hands creep toward the fatal hour. The lover makes frantic efforts to rescue his sweetheart, but is driven away by the burly villain. The police are notified, and have all manner of mishaps in reaching the scene. The lover finally secures a big magnet, which he sticks through the barred window at one minute of twelve, and it pulls the bands back. The villain listening, with watch in hand, for the sound of the shot, is nonplussed when 12 o'clock passes without a report, and he enters. He readjusts the device, and again the lover keeps the hands from recording twelve o'clock. After many amusing incidents the police finally break into the house and snatch the girl away "in the nick of time," as the pistol is fired, shooting the villain in the leg.
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A Deaf Burglar
MovieMar 3, 1913

A Deaf Burglar

A Deaf Burglar released.
The Professor's Daughter
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MovieFeb 24, 1913

The Professor's Daughter

The professor's daughter has …
The professor's daughter has two suitors, one, Fred, whom she favors, and George, her father's choice. Many amusing encounters take place between the rivals, and papa finally butts into an interesting tete-a-tete between his daughter and Fred, and the latter loses his temper and gives the old gentleman a good shaking up. Athletic George, however, appears on the scene and gives his rival a drubbing, winning favor with the old gentleman, and the admiration of the daughter, who decides that his brawny arm shall protect her through life.
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The Stolen Purse
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MovieFeb 10, 1913

The Stolen Purse

The Stolen Purse released.
The Battle of Who Run
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MovieFeb 6, 1913

The Battle of Who Run

The Battle of Who Run released.
Saving Mabel's Dad
MovieJan 6, 1913

Saving Mabel's Dad

Three rivals are aspirants for the hand of Mabel. Dad falls …
Three rivals are aspirants for the hand of Mabel. Dad falls asleep in a rowboat and is set adrift by one, who tries to win favor as a hero by rescuing him, using a motorboat going at lightning speed. He is exposed, however, and his work goes for naught, as Mabel clings to the man of her choice.
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1912
Hoffmeyer's Legacy
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MovieDec 23, 1912

Hoffmeyer's Legacy

Hoffmeyer is harassed by creditors, but thinks his troubles are …
Hoffmeyer is harassed by creditors, but thinks his troubles are over when he receives a legacy of $500. He sneaks away from his wife to make a "flash" around town, and comes home at 2 A.M., feeling happy. His joy is short-lived, however, when he finds the door locked, and his spouse on the other side demands the money before she will permit him to enter. He takes half of it and hides it under a barrel, and his wife, peeping behind the curtain, sees him. After he has retired she goes out to get the rest of the money, and Hoffmeyer locks the door and refuses to let her in until she sends in the money. Clad in her nightgown, she is being thoroughly chilled, when she sees men approaching and runs away. Frightened, Hoffmeyer, clad in his pajamas, goes out to bring her back. The chase is joined in by neighbors and police, presenting ludicrous situations, until Hoffmeyer catches up with his spouse and is arrested with her. The police magistrate in the night court suffers an injury to his dignity when the struggling pair are brought before him, but he quickly counts the money taken from them and fines them $500.
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Mabel's Adventures
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MovieDec 16, 1912

Mabel's Adventures

Mabel's Adventures is a 1912 American short silent …
Mabel's Adventures is a 1912 American short silent comedy film starring Mabel Normand and produced and directed by Mack Sennett for the Mutual Film Corporation.
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A Family Mixup
MovieDec 9, 1912

A Family Mixup

Brown and Smith are friends, but their wives have never met. …
Brown and Smith are friends, but their wives have never met. Brown flirts with Mrs. Smith, and in revenge, Mrs. Brown flirts with Mr. Smith. Many amusing scenes are shown, coming to a climax when both couples go to a summer garden. The two men meet and tell each other what fine girls each are out with. Finally the four are brought together and the wives soothe the angry husbands and convince them that it does not pay to flirt.
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Brown's Seance
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MovieDec 2, 1912

Brown's Seance

Brown and his friends take an afternoon off, spending their …
Brown and his friends take an afternoon off, spending their time with some pretty chorus girls. Their wives persuade them to go to a spiritualist meeting and the medium makes the startling announcement that a man present is not true to his wife. The women demand the name of the man, and she refuses to answer questions in the meeting but promises to do so at a private séance next morning. At the appointed hour the wives arrive, and Brown and his friends try to hush up the medium, but she makes them pay dearly for her statement to their wives that their husbands are true to them.
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The Rivals
MovieNov 18, 1912

The Rivals

The Rivals released.
Mabel's Lovers
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MovieNov 4, 1912

Mabel's Lovers

Mabel has many admirers, and when she arrives at the …
Mabel has many admirers, and when she arrives at the summer resort she receives a number of proposals of marriage. Unable to decide, she determines to put the men to a test, so, before going bathing she fills her stockings with ugly bumps. When she discards her coat her unsightly limbs cause the men to heat a hasty retreat, with the exception of Black, who peeped when she made herself up. The next day when Mabel appears minus her ugly protuberances, Black is the envied of all, while the men who deserted her try to get into her good graces again, but without success.
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The Flirting Husband
MovieOct 21, 1912

The Flirting Husband

Mrs. Smith is married to a man who is such an inveterate flirt that …
Mrs. Smith is married to a man who is such an inveterate flirt that he not only causes continual annoyance to his wife, but is in danger of being beaten by the husbands and sweethearts of the women he annoys. After Smith has made himself obnoxious to a couple of his wife's friends, whom he has not met before, they decide to lay a trap for him and teach him a lesson. They flirt with him deliberately, and go to the park with him. Here one manages to make her escape, and runs back to Mrs. Smith. The other makes a fool out of him, and finally gets him to play "Blind Man's Buff" and ties a handkerchief over his eyes. As he is groping about for his fair companion, Mrs. Smith slips into his arms. He tears the handkerchief from his eyes and faces the music.
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The Postman
MovieOct 19, 1912

The Postman

The Postman released.
Stolen Glory
MovieOct 14, 1912

Stolen Glory

Warner is an old veteran in love with the widow Simpson. His …
Warner is an old veteran in love with the widow Simpson. His rival is an old farmer, named Burns. Warner stands in front of the old soldiers' home, telling a crowd of old veterans of the battles he took part in, and as he unfolds the tales the scenes are depicted in the film. Burns, with rake in his hand, listens doubtfully, makes a few sarcastic remarks and walks away. Meeting the widow Simpson he dallies awhile, and she shows him an article in the newspaper regarding the coming arrangements for the big G.A.R. parade. Burns tells her he is an old veteran, and relates the thrilling experiences he had in the army, which are shown on the screen. Warner comes up and drives Burns away. The day of the parade arrives. Warner, arrayed in all the splendor of a faded uniform exhibits upon his breast a dozen medals. Meeting Mrs. Simpson be takes his coat off and lays it on top of a cannon while he points to each medal and explains how he won it. He discovers that one of the medals is missing, and runs pell-mell back to the home to look for it, leaving his coat behind. Mrs. Simpson saunters off and Burns comes on. The coat gives him an idea, and quickly donning it he secures a cap and goes to the parade. Warner comes back with the missing medal, and is enraged to learn that his coat has been stolen. The street parade is then shown, with the soldiers, bands, Zouaves, etc., and the old veterans, cheered by thousands of spectators along the line of march. Burns takes his place in the ranks, with his chest thrown out and carrying two small flags in his hands. Mrs. Simpson occupies a conspicuous position in the grand stand and cheers the supposed veteran as he struts by. Warner suspects that Burns has his coat and looks for him at the parade. He interrupts the marchers and becomes involved with the marshals, but he finally spies Burns and makes a dive for him. Burns sees him and dodges in and out of the parade, with Warner hot on his trail. He finally runs back to the soldiers' home, where he divests himself of the coat, when Warner comes panting up with his heavy cane in his hand. He attempts to strike Burns, who heroically protects himself by placing the flag on his chest. Mrs. Simpson comes along and by clever coquetry manages to subdue the two angry old men and to make them shake hands.
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The Beating He Needed
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MovieOct 7, 1912

The Beating He Needed

The Beating He Needed released.
The Speed Demon
MovieJul 15, 1912

The Speed Demon

"The Demon" owns a "near" racing car and wishes to enter the …
"The Demon" owns a "near" racing car and wishes to enter the Santa Monica races. He catches a boob, whom he induces to put every dollar he has on his, "The Demon's," chance of winning. He manages to get into the race and by the time he has finished the run night has fallen and the spectators have gone home. To say the boob sucker was mad, doesn't express it fully.
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A Dash Through the Clouds
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MovieJun 24, 1912

A Dash Through the Clouds

Arthur and Martha are …
Arthur and Martha are sweethearts, but Martha becomes fascinated with the sport of aeroplane riding, and later is infatuated with the aviator. Arthur is a tutti-frutti salesman and goes to a neighboring Mexican town to sell his gum. Here he is a "cut-up" among the ladies. The Mexicans, incensed at Arthur's attentions to their sweethearts, attempt vengeance. Arthur sends a boy with a note to Martha that his life is in danger at the hands of the Mexicans. This is where Martha and her aeroplane driver shine, for with the aeroplane they dash to the rescue.
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Katchem Kate
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MovieJun 13, 1912

Katchem Kate

Kate was a laundry girl and grew very tired of the ironing …
Kate was a laundry girl and grew very tired of the ironing-board. She aspired to greater things, and when she saw an advertisement in the newspaper of a school at which one might become a famous detective in a few short, inexpensive lessons, with a guarantee of being provided with mysteries and criminals enough to keep one busy, she jumped at it. Was she successful? Well, see the picture.
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The Leading Man
MovieMay 2, 1912

The Leading Man

Out of work, he arrives at the boarding-house and poses …
Out of work, he arrives at the boarding-house and poses as a great actor. He is a great "hit" until the time comes to pay up, and then, having no money, he is a "frost." However, through a clever scheme, he manages to bluff it out, until his regular position is open to him. And such a job! The folks of the boarding-house receive an awful shock when, later, they see him in his true colors.
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A Voice from the Deep
MovieMar 21, 1912

A Voice from the Deep

Percy and Harold are rivals, …
Percy and Harold are rivals, and both take the objects of their affections for an outing. Each tries to win the girl from the other, but while they quarrel another young man escorts her into the surf. Each blames the other for the affair, and during the argument Percy pushes Harold from the pier into the water. Harold at once conceives the idea of making Percy imagine he has committed murder by remaining out of sight under the pier. The imaginary crime almost drives Percy insane. What a relief he experiences when he sees that his friend turns up very much alive.
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A Near-Tragedy
MovieFeb 5, 1912

A Near-Tragedy

A vaudeville sketch team is fired by the manager, who says their …
A vaudeville sketch team is fired by the manager, who says their act is "rotten." In their hotel room that evening, the couple rehearse their act, and the constable, seeing the figures silhouetted against the window shade, thinks murder is being committed. He arouses the sheriff, and they rush to the rescue, only to find the two actors trying to bolster up that "rotten act."
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With a Kodak
MovieJan 25, 1912

With a Kodak

Mr. Hobb's secretary and Mrs. Hobb's maid are …
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.
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Brave and Bold
MovieJan 15, 1912

Brave and Bold

It takes a brave man to sit calmly in a dental chair and have the …
It takes a brave man to sit calmly in a dental chair and have the heartless, unsympathetic Knight of the Forceps project through one's maxillary ivory. Mr. Blowhard is relating his great ...
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The Engagement Ring
MovieJan 9, 1912

The Engagement Ring

Alice has two persistent suitors, one rich, one poor. Each …
Alice has two persistent suitors, one rich, one poor. Each buys her an engagement ring; the rich man pays cash, but the poor man must pay on installments. He has trouble making the payments...
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1911
Why He Gave Up
MovieDec 4, 1911

Why He Gave Up

Hubby is anxious to get away for a little time at the beach with …
Hubby is anxious to get away for a little time at the beach with the boys, and works up a quarrel with wifey over a new hat, the bill for which he is asked to pay. Making this excuse, he goes off with his chums. The wife is an expert swimmer and diver and is invited to attend a meet of the ladies' swimming club, of which she was formerly a member. Her husband's treatment induces her to accept the invitation. The affair takes place at the very beach to which the husband hied himself. One may imagine that hubby has not only plunged into the cooling waters of the surf, but into domestic hot water as well.
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Abe Gets Even with Father
MovieDec 4, 1911

Abe Gets Even with Father

Little Abe wants a nickel, but …
Little Abe wants a nickel, but papa not only denies him the coin, but spanks him for his presumption. Murphy, the janitor, likes Abe, but despises Cohen, the father. Abe plans a mix-up between the two, by painting a black eye on himself, saying Murphy did it. Cohen goes out to do Murphy, but is done instead, so Abe, instead of getting a nickel, gets a dollar to make it appear to his mother that father nearly annihilated the janitor.
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The Long Road
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MovieOct 26, 1911

The Long Road

At a garden party, Edith, in a spirit of coquetry, arouses the …
At a garden party, Edith, in a spirit of coquetry, arouses the jealousy of Neil, her fiancé, who, taking her action seriously, gives a parasol, which he intended as a present for her, to another girl. This induces a quarrel, and both stubborn, the break is never mended. Hence, he marries the other girl. Heart-crushed, Edith seeks solace in the convent of a Sister of Mercy. Sometime later, fate ordains it that she be assigned to embroider the layette of Ned's first baby, a task often undertaken by the Sisters. This, you may imagine, is a terrible ordeal, but there is no help for it and the task is finished, which brings about the first meeting since the day of the garden fete between the two women. Several years later, while Edith is working among the poor of the East Side, she is startled by the sound of a shot, and following a small boy into the saloon from whence the sound came, finds Ned, who, having suffered business reverses, and become a hopeless drunkard, the accidental victim of the shot, with his child, now grown to boyhood, and his wife by his side. Ned has now reached the final turn in the road.
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Through His Wife's Picture
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MovieOct 23, 1911

Through His Wife's Picture

Mr. Nelson is a "newlywed" …
Mr. Nelson is a "newlywed" and carries his darling wife's picture with him always. However, he almost falls for the temptation to go to the mask-ball, inviting an erstwhile lady friend to go with him, telling her that he would dress as a pirate and she to go as a Spanish gypsy. At the sight of his wife's portrait, however, he realizes his intended wrong-doing and changes his mind, asking a friend to go in his stead. The office boy mixes the letters and wifey gets the one he intended for the girl, and she goes to catch her erring hubby. So while hubby waits at home, wifey is keeping her eye on the bold, bad pirate she believes to be her husband.
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Her Awakening
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MovieSep 28, 1911

Her Awakening

An attractive young woman is ashamed of her shabbily …
An attractive young woman is ashamed of her shabbily-dressed mother, and won't introduce her to her suitor. Distraught, the mother wanders into the street and is killed. Too late, the daughter realizes how badly she treated her.
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The Baron
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MovieAug 31, 1911

The Baron

Two waiters, vain of their personal appearance, have their …
Two waiters, vain of their personal appearance, have their photographs taken by an itinerant photographer. The boss catches them and "Fired!" is the result. One of them hits upon a scheme to get easy money by posing as a baron. Things are coming his way, when he is met by his erstwhile friend, who gives the snap away. However, he would have succeeded in marrying an heiress, but for a mix-up at the license bureau, giving him a dog's license instead of a marriage license.
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The Diving Girl
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MovieAug 21, 1911

The Diving Girl

With her uncle she visits the seashore and goes bathing …
With her uncle she visits the seashore and goes bathing with a party of her brother's friends. Uncle also takes a dip and is annoyed at the perilous performance of the girl. He orders her from the water and locks her in her room, but brother releases her. He finally concludes that home is the best place for her, for there she will run no chance of drowning.
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The $500 Reward
MovieAug 21, 1911

The $500 Reward

A burglar enters the home of a wealthy man and steals a …
A burglar enters the home of a wealthy man and steals a valuable necklace. A reward of $500 is offered for the thief's apprehension. A couple of rube detectives start out to find the robber and succeed in taking into custody the victim of the robbery and the real detective who is on the case. An ordinary copper gets the thief and wins the reward. .
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1878
Fred Mace
BirthAugust 1878

Fred Mace

Fred Mace was born.
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