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Weary Willie
(1897) British
B&W : 50 feet
Directed by G.A. Smith

Cast: Tom Green

Produced by George Albert Smith. / From the British comic strip “Weary Willie and Tired Tim” by Tom Brown. / Released September 1897. / [?] 35mm spherical format? / The film was rereleased in the United Kingdom by Warwick Trading Company in 1900.

Comedy.

Synopsis: A tramp is given a job to clean a carpet with a beater. He accidently beats the housewife instead.

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Carpets. Tramps

Listing updated: 21 August 2009.

References: Gifford-British n. 00046.

 
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