|Plot||At a child's party it is a very difficult matter for the elders to entertain the mischievous youngsters and still keep them within the bounds of propriety. In most cases it would be a wise and safe idea to give such parties in an open field, thereby letting the young rascals have freedom to cut their capers; and not in the confines of a house, where they are liable to do such damage to the furnishings as they play their games. In this picture we see the older people save the little ones and retire to another part of the house. As soon as they are alone they start the game of hide and seek. Scattering in all directions, they hide behind and under every available piece of furniture in the place. Then comes the interesting act of finding them, and in the performance they trip up a servant bearing a tray of food, knock over a table, smashing all the dishes on it, and finally hide under a billiard table and break up an interesting game as well as the furnishings in the room. When the parents return they are horrified to find the apartment looking as if a cyclone had struck it.... search for À cache-cache on IMDb|
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