|Plot||The picture opens with a view of the front door of a house where a postman is seen to deliver a letter to Bertie. It is from his fiancée, and pressing it fondly to his lips, he walks off reading it intently. Passing through the garden he is so engrossed with the contents of the letter that he falls over the gardener, who rewards him with showers of water from the syringe he is using. Still rapturously reading he runs into a maid hanging up clothes in the garden, and although he gets mixed up with the clothes in awful confusion, takes no notice but walks off reading. He next stumbles into a cucumber frame, wrecking the glass and emerging with the frame around his neck. Out into the high road he upsets an old washerwoman with a basket of clothes and is still reading. He falls foul of a box of eggs outside a grocer's shop and is pelted out of the picture by the shop boy. A youth is now seen coming along the road with a truck load of tins when Bertie, still gloating over his love letter, walks right into him, falling to the ground amid a perfect cascade of tins. Continuing his progress, he blunders into first a policeman, then a lady finishing with a clergyman, who after a big tumble hands Bertie a tract. He next meets a sweep whom he precipitates into the road, getting very black in the resulting struggle, but the letter still claims his attention. A painter is now seen outside a house hard at work, when Bertie, seeing, nothing but his love letter, which he rapturously kisses, walks into the ladder, upsetting same and getting smothered by the paint, which descends on his unfortunate head.... search for Bertie's Love Letter on IMDb|
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