~The First 100 Years~
~Plot Synopsis~
A man saves his lady love from Black Mike then comes wedded bliss. He hires a cook, who's brusque,
domineering, and constantly smoking a cigar. Out of the blue, the couple gets a visit from his old friend,
Roland Stone, bluff and portly. Roland befriends our newly-wed's wife, and this friendship deepens after the
husband hires a new cook, the lovely Miss Gainsborough, who gives her boss a little too much friendly
attention. That night, a prowler skulks, Miss Gainsborough faints, the newly-wed husband comes to her rescue,
and she grabs him and holds on. His wife is offended and determines to leave with Roland. Is the marriage
Directed by:
F. Richard Jones
Harry Sweet

Harry Langdon ... A Newly-Wed
Alice Day ... His Wife
Frank J. Coleman ... His Friend (as Frank Coleman)
Louise Carver ... His First Cook
Madeline Hurlock ... His Second Cook
Fanny Kelly ... Employment Agency Prospect (uncredited)
Leo Sulky ... Hypnotist (uncredited)
Tiny Ward ... Large Bearded Man (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Mack Sennett Comedies

Distribution Company: Pathé Exchange

Produced by: Mack Sennett
Cinematography by: George Crocker & William Williams
Film Editing by: William Hornbeck
Title Designer: John A. Waldron

Length: 2 Reels
Runtime: 14 Minutes
Released: August 17, 1924