Bangville Police (1913) - Watch Online. Directed by Henry Lehrman

Genres Comedy     Short    
IMDb rating
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 8 min
Plot A young, buxom farm maid overhears two cow-hands talking in the barn, and she's convinced they're about to rob her. She barricades herself in a room and calls the police. Her call wakes the chief, who rallies the constabulary and they sets off toward the farm, in steam-car and on foot. Meanwhile, the maid's parents rush to save her (dad's waving a pistol), as do neighboring farmers, armed with shotgun, pitchfork, and shovel. Everything points toward a showdown in the barn, where no one, including the police force, will be cowed.... search for Bangville Police on IMDb

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