|Director||Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson|
|Plot||A pipe has sprung a leak, a plumber is sent for and arrives at the house with tools and furnace, which is the innocent cause of all the fun. The plumber, after lighting his furnace, happens to leave it in such a position that a chair is accidentally placed over it by the housekeeper, who is preparing breakfast for her employer. The chair has just about gotten good and hot when he comes in and innocently sits on the chair. The warmth of the chair begins to take effect, and the poor fellow is made uncomfortable for a few minutes; he puts his hand under the chair and it comes in contact with the furnace; he gives one jump and lands on the table, he poor plumber is then thrown out. The plumber now devotes the rest of the day to fun, and succeeds in getting plenty of it through the aid of his furnace. He meets a lady acquaintance and the two friends have a hot time, that is, their victims have when the furnace is placed under them, while they are comfortably sitting. A copper on a park bench, a Hebrew in a refreshment garden, and others are driven to hunt a cooler spot.... search for 99 in the Shade on IMDb|
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