Chiefly Concerning Males (1915)

It all began through Sonny Jim's childish love for the make-believe. He wants to be a real postman, so when Daddy Jim gives him a letter to post, a most important business letter. Sonny ... See full summary »

Director:

Tefft Johnson

Writer:

Mrs. Owen Bronson (story) (as Elsie Bronson)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Bobby Connelly ... Sonny Jim
Tefft Johnson ... Sonny Jim's Father
Mabel Kelly Mabel Kelly ... Sonny Jim's Mother
Kate Price ... Bridget - the Cook
William Shea ... Patrick - the Iceman
Edwina Robbins Edwina Robbins ... Aunt Alice
Marion Henry Marion Henry ... (as Marian Henry)
Richard Storey Richard Storey
Frank Mason Frank Mason
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It all began through Sonny Jim's childish love for the make-believe. He wants to be a real postman, so when Daddy Jim gives him a letter to post, a most important business letter. Sonny trudges oft with it to the barn, where he very importantly deposits the missive in the oat bin. because it makes such a splendid make-believe letter box. In the same way he disposes of Bridget, the cook's, letter to Patrick, the iceman, in which she accepts his ardent proposal, and the letter of pretty Aunt Alice, wherein she curtly refuses her suitor, Peter, because of a trifling quarrel. All unconscious of the mischief he has wrought, the little postman pursues his untroubled way, but Daddy discovers a big business opportunity has been lost. Bridget waits in vain for her lover, and Peter, not hearing from Alice, believes himself forgiven and, jumping into his car, makes all speed to Daddy Jim's home, where Alice is staying. It looks like serious trouble all around, but it so happens that Peter really... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 1915 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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There is much in this picture that gets over
17 August 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A most enjoyable comedy written by Elsie Bronson and produced by Tefft Johnson, featuring "Sonny Jim," Bobbie Connelly. There is much in this picture that gets over and reminds one of childhood days. Sonny has an ambition to be a real postman and when entrusted with a letter of importance to mail, he deposits it in the oat bin in the barn. Fortunately it is the best place he could have mailed it, as he saves his father from a fraud. The ending is all satisfactory, and Sonny and Toto, his dog, unconsciously makes themselves heroes. An excellent release. - The Moving Picture World, January 30, 1915


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