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Post No Bills ()

  • Country:
  • Genres: ,
  • Release: 1914-09-23
  • Director: C.J. Williams
  • Writers: Mark Swan
  • Language: None | English
  • Stars: Arthur Housman (1889–1942) , Gladys Hulette , Harry Gripp , Ida Williams , William Wadsworth
  • Runtime: min
  • Awards: N/A
  • AKA: Post No Bills , Post No Bills (United States of America)
  • Plot: The love affair of Will Stark, a handsome bill-poster, and dainty Nellie Primm, the village belle, was considerably involved, owing to Aunt Susan's opposition. She had very decided views upon worldly matters and did all in her power to break up the plans of the young couple. Now, bill posters and paste are, of course, very closely associated, in fact, they form a very necessary combination if bills and other things are expected to remain when they are placed. Will, and his friend and associate, Bill Spivens, succeeded in mixing a particular brand of paste, the adhesive qualities of which were unrivaled. Once applied it never loosened its grip and strange as it may seem, this very "sticktoittiveness" was largely responsible in bringing to a successful conclusion the plans of the young lovers. Arrangements were made for an elopement while Aunt Susan was in town, and as fate would have it, who should she meet but Bill Spivens in the very act of posting up a glaring poster of a ballet dancer, while the Kodak Fiend proceeded to take a snap-shot of the operation. The old lady was horrified and immediately proceeded to express herself. They decided to decorate her barn in the most approved bill poster style. In the meantime the elopement plans were progressing, and Stark and his sweetheart succeeded in leaving the house while Aunt Susan was busy in the barn. Hearing a noise outside she opened the window and looked out. The Kodak Fiend was just taking another snap-shot of Spivens and his work, when Aunt Susan's head appeared at the window so placed that it completed the poster. The newly wedded pair returned from the town and were met with a pretty hot reception until the Kodak Fiend appeared on the scene and threatened to give his snapshot to the papers unless Aunt Susan pardoned the young couple. After considerable urging she consented.
  • IMDB:tt1244112
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