|Plot||The hour is late, and we see people emerging from a hall in couples, occasionally singly. Most of them engage a cab or carriage and are driven off. When the subject of the film emerges in the costume of his Satanic Majesty there is no carriage or vehicle of any kind, and he concludes to walk. At the first corner he comes up to an all-night lunch car, and desiring a bite to eat he is about to place his order, as the man in charge and the only other patron present see him, and not wishing to cultivate his acquaintance as yet, rush off in mad haste, consternation and fright filling their souls. He helps himself, and farther on down the street he comes up to a house wagon, on the outside of which a man is roasting a few potatoes over a fire. This man also makes a hurried departure. Our friend is highly amused at the turn of affairs and the amusement he is experiencing. Soon he meets an intoxicated man leaning against a mail box to which he is making profuse apologies. Stepping up to the man, he is offered a bottle and is requested to drink. He readily acquiesces, taking the bottle and walking away with it as he drinks. The inebriate slips down on the walk, and with his back resting against the pedestal of the mail box is soon asleep. As the reigning spirit of the lower regions saunters down the street still drinking from the bottle, he collides with a policeman at the first corner. The dignity of the law is disregarded for the moment as we see its representative hasten down the street in the opposite direction in his anxiety to avoid prematurely making the acquaintance. The first unfortunate has reported his experience to the police, and he is now coming back with an officer, meeting on the way various other parties who add their experiences, and together they come upon a messenger boy, who gives the clue as to the house entered by the representative of Inferno. All line up and await the reappearance, but as this is delayed the inebriate is pushed forward and takes the lead. Entering the room, they all line up around a table at which is seated a man enjoying a few refreshments. He bids them to wait a moment, and stepping behind a screen he completes his masquerade and reappears, whereupon all but the spokesman of the party seek to get under cover. The two drink together, and the others manage to pick up courage to come forward, when all are seated and partake of refreshments.... search for After the Fancy Dress Ball on IMDb|
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