Such a Hunter (1914)

Short, Comedy


While Percival talks grandly of his hunting, fishing and golfing achievements to Eva Spurling and little Cicero, his rival for her hand, they listen in open-mouthed wonder. Eva invites her ... See full summary »



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19 January 2019 | deickemeyer
A big bluff
A comedy by Charles Brown and directed by George E. Baker, which features John Bunny and Flora Finch. Percival (Bunny) tells of his mighty deeds of hunting and fishing and makes Paul Rainey and Roosevelt look like novices, but when he sees a bear he beats it for a tree and you realize his claims are heated atmosphere. The bear is a pet and eats out of the hand of his unpretentious rival. He is considered a big bluff and his diminutive rival walks oft with the girl. This is a fine comedy. - The Moving Picture World, September 12, 1914

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Short | Comedy

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Release Date:

28 August 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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