|Writers||Beta Breuil (as Beta Breuil)
|Cast||John Bunny Edna Nash Alice Nash Rose Tapley Charles Edwards Frank Mason|
|Plot||Binks is addicted to drink. His wife seeks to cure him. One day she meets the Misses Simms, twins. A happy idea comes to her and she invites the girls to spend a few days at her home, acquainting them with her scheme to cure her husband of his insatiable habit. They arrive at Mrs. Binks' home, dressed exactly alike. That evening, when Mr. Binks returns from business, somewhat drunk, his wife introduces him to one of the girls, while the other hides directly behind her. John is delighted to meet the young lady. He turns his back, and upon looking at her again he sees her double. This causes him to hold his eyes and question his senses. When he takes his hands from his eyes and looks again he only sees one. He is convinced that he is seeing double. Wherever he turns he sees the girl in pairs. He goes to bed, and has no sooner gotten located than he sees the double girl looking through his window, with candles in their hands. The ruse proves successful and Binks is cured.... search for Seeing Double on IMDb|
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