It Might Have Been Serious (1915)

Mary receives a letter from her brother, Bob, asking her to meet him for lunch and to bring Ben, her husband, with her, as she has not yet met him. She goes to Ben's office and leaves a ... See full summary »

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Al Christie (as Al E. Christie)
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John Francis Dillon ... Ben - the Husband (as Jack Dillon)
Billie Ritchie ... Mary - the Wife
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Mary receives a letter from her brother, Bob, asking her to meet him for lunch and to bring Ben, her husband, with her, as she has not yet met him. She goes to Ben's office and leaves a note on his desk, asking him to meet them at Clark's restaurant. After she has gone, a young widow comes in, with whom Ben has been carrying on a flirtation. She sees the note from Mary destroys it and writes one in its place. Ben finds the note from the widow. He arrives at Clark's just in time to see Mary and a strange man (her brother Bob) enter the restaurant together. He hurries home to pack up, intending to leave Mary at once. A burglar breaks into Ben's house just before he arrives and conceals himself in the closet when he hears Ben come in. A messenger delivering a bunch of flowers, makes a mistake and delivers them at Ben's house. Ben receives them and discovers an accompanying lovey-dovey note. Ben thereupon determines to wait and shoot the miscreant. He gets out his gun, finds he has no ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 1915 (USA) See more »

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Nestor Film Company See more »
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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Complicated and amusing
5 September 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A first rate comedy number of the farcical type, with Jack Dillon and Billy Rhodes in the leads. Four men, by a natural turn of events, take refuge in a closet when the jealous husband appears with a gun. The situations are complicated and amusing. Photography good. - The Moving Picture World, February 20, 1915


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