Josie's Coney Island Nightmare (1914)

Short, Comedy

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Our old friend Josie becomes interested in a new book, "The Castaways," depicting the adventures of beautiful Ethlinda and her lover, cast ashore on a desert island. Hank invites her to ... See full summary »


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19 January 2019 | deickemeyer
Too much adventure
A special feature in two parts by Kenneth S. Webb, ably directed by Lee Beggs. Josie Sadler and Billy Quirk furnish the comedy, ably assisted by a good cast. Josie partakes of too much adventure and too much cheese, a combination that makes her see things in her steep. The picture shows just what she saw in her dreams, visions that are wild and wonderful. She has been reading "The Castaways," and she dreams of terrifying adventures among the cannibals, wherein Hank figures. They awake and find themselves marooned on the rocks by the tide, which has come in. She fires the book into the water and they wade and swim to the mainland. A laughable comedy. - The Moving Picture World, September 12, 1914

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