When Women Go on the Warpath; or, Why Jonesville Went Dry (1913)

Comedy, Short


When Women Go on the Warpath; or, Why Jonesville Went Dry (1913) Poster

After the great suffrage parade in Jonesville, Deacon Josiah Pitts goes for a walk along the river bank. Seeing some boys in swimming, he decides to do likewise, but has his clothes stolen.... See full summary »



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13 November 2017 | deickemeyer
It is corking comedy
James Oliver Curwood here gives us a two-reel comedy that easily will hold its own with the best, Sidney Drew has the lead, and his portrayal of the candidate of the "dries" for Mayor who, on election day, when to all appearances the election is sewed up in his favor and all the trousers in town either bought up or secreted, falls into the literal water trough and then off the figurative water wagon, will make millions laugh. It is corking comedy, and in spite of its theme there is not a dry moment in it. There is a long cast and an excellent one. L. Rogers Lytton and James Young are the producers. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913

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6 September 1913

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English


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USA

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