Adventures of a Bath Chair (1907) - Watch Online. Directed by Percy Stow

Genres Comedy     Short    
Writers Langford Reed (story)
Country UK
Language English
Plot An invalid is pushed about in a bath chair by his devoted wife. While out with her on a certain occasion she leaves him temporarily and, annoyed by the din of noise, he retaliates in an unwelcome manner. The patient is obliged to flee, and, with his faithful wife, they start off in all haste and have many very thrilling experiences in their efforts to escape. The carriage and patient finally get ditched in a pond, and after being rescued the wife withdraws the plank crossing the creek and they are safe.... search for Adventures of a Bath Chair on IMDb

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    Directed by Percy Stow. Pursuit of an invalid in a runaway bath chair.

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