Sleuths Unawares (1913)

Short, Comedy

Sandy and Shorty, more ragged than ever, but still more genial of mind than ever, drift into town and do a service to a poor landlady as well as to their country. The sheriff of the county ... See full summary »

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28 December 2017 | deickemeyer
The offering will amuse and be liked
The two Vitagraph tramps, Sandy and Shorty (Robert Thornby and George Stanley), who have appeared in pictures by the Western company, have the lead in this farce. They come honestly by the clothes of an indigent thespian, but while they are in swimming an escaped convict (George Cooper) robs them and leaves a convict suit, an old dress and two barrels. Later he stumbles into their arms and they claim and get the reward. Because of the players, who are entertaining, the offering will amuse and be liked. - The Moving Picture World, November 8, 1913


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22 October 1913



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