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A series of sketches with a shoe clerk, his wife, and his extra-curricular activities. The shoe clerk steps out on his wife with one of his customers. Both his wife and the woman's husband catch them when they go to the beach and later watch a beauty and fashion contest. His wife enters it wearing a mask. Back at work on Monday, all has returned to normal, until the winner of the contest shows up for her prize - a complete wardrobe...

  1. Erle C. Kenton

    Director

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  1. Harry Langdon

    Harry Langdon

    A Shoe Clerk

  2. Alberta Vaughn

    Alberta Vaughn

    Harry's Wife

  3. Ethel Teare

    Harry's Wife's Chum

  4. Dot Farley

    Dot Farley

    The Customer

  5. Kewpie Morgan

    The Customer's Detective Husband

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Picking Peaches

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  • February 2, 1924
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 22m

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