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Hank owns horses, stables horses and races horses. He favorite horse always wins and he is prosperous and will known. His son (Bob), however dreams only of the future of the horseless ... See full summary »
Charles E. Mack died in a car crash on his way to the studio four months prior to the release of this completed film. He was not on his way to shoot a car chase to this film.
There's Stebbins' new-fangled buggy, what he sold his horses to buy! It's a great contraption - nothin' to pull it an' nothin' to push it!
Hank Armstrong: Talk sense - every horse on the road'll laugh itself to death!
Barber: They'll laugh, all right - 'cause they won't ...
As the film cuts between Hank and his friend watching the auto race, a pair of glasses appear on Hank's face, then disappear.
"A Romance Of The Last Horse And The First Horseless Carriage"