A Woman (1915)
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Mother, Father and Daughter go to the park. The women dose off on a bench while the father plays a hide-and-seek game with a girl, blindfolded. Charlie leads him into a lake. Both dozing ladies on the bench fall for Charlie and invite him for dinner. The father returns home with a friend. Charlie rushes upstairs and dresses like a woman, shaving his moustache. Both men fall for Charlie.
Charlie Chaplin takes a stroll in a park where he sees a man, his wife and daughter seated on a bench. The husband sees a pretty girl passing and smiles at her. She smiles back and he makes an excuse to his wife to get away and follows her. The girl inveigles him into playing a game of blind man's buff, and when he is securely blindfolded robs him of his pocketbook. Chaplin offers to lead the man back to his wife but instead takes him to the sea and pushes him in. He then introduces himself to the wife and daughter and they take him home with them. When the husband gets back he is introduced to the new-found friend. He recognizes Chaplin's voice and a fight is started. Chaplin, after losing part of his wearing apparel, escapes by running upstairs. Presently he reappears sans mustache, dressed in the daughter's clothing. The flirtatious husband then tries to make up to Chaplin and stirs the wife's jealousy. Another battle is started and the wife discovers that Chaplin is not a woman. He finally is hurled out into the street and wends his sad way homeward.
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