|Plot||He is just off to work; misses is doing a bit of washing. Outside he stops to read a bill of a fete which is going on. He wishing he was going. Enter friend with two young women. One of the latter succeeds in persuading him to play truant. He slips off his apron and outs it with his toolback over the garden wall. Later on his misses discovers these, and making a shrewd guess as to his whereabouts, proceeds to track him down. We see her at the fete. First she finds her erring spouse with the girls on the merry-go-round; then in the swing boat; in the tea-garden; on the switchback; again she finds them on a bank enjoying a little picnic, and she overhears some remarks about herself which "upset" her. But the lucky husband gets away every time, and his enraged wife comes to grief. However, she eventually, runs him so close that he takes refuge in the tube of a shooting gallery. Unfortunately, directly afterwards the attendant secures a customer, who fires two shots down the tubes. The wife now comes in; she tells the attendant she is quite sure her husband is somewhere about here, and while she is wondering what has become of him, the unfortunate man emerges from the tube in great, distress, and the wife makes an easy capture.... search for A Day on His Own on IMDb|
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