|Genres||Comedy Short Western|
|Director||Albert W. Hale|
|Cast||Louise Lester J. Warren Kerrigan Jack Richardson|
|Plot||'Calamity,' having fallen into money, receives a letter purporting to be from two long lost cousins, who were really Los Angeles confidence men. With her burro she goes to Los Angeles. After many adventures, she succeeds in getting her burro into the Pullman, and is met at the great amusement park, Venice, by the confidence men. What followed is a scream for 'Calamity' who made all the rides on the chutes, loop the loop, merry-go-round, etc., took her dinner in the ship cafe and almost got drunk. Among other things, 'Calamity' took in picture shows and grew so enraged at the villain that she hauled forth her gun and shot several bullets through the screen. It was a fearful day for the bunco men and when they tried to escape, 'Calamity' let them see her gun and the jig was up. Finally, after a riotous day, 'Calamity' boarded the train for the return journey, leaving two very much disheartened bunco men behind her.... search for Calamity Anne Takes a Trip on IMDb|
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