George D. Baker
Total Credits at Criticker: 12 (Director), 3 (Writer)
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Strung around the idea of reincarnation, this film goes back in time to the days of the Spanish galleons and pirates burying their treasure; treasure to be found centuries later. (imdb)
A young woman swears revenge on the man who left her father destitute in the Alaska gold fields. She tracks him to the opera houses of New York, where he is a director. She becomes an opera star (!) and uses his infatuation with her to secure financial secrets with which to ruin him. But the man's daughter and a mysterious stranger combine to disrupt her plans.
A rich Auntie sends an ugly portrait of herself to Mr. and Mrs. Honeypet. They hide it in the attic, thinking she won't visit for a long time, but soon Auntie arrives unannounced.
Hearts and Diamonds (1914) - Short Film
Tupper meets the wealthy Miss Whipple at a baseball game. When she declares that she just adores baseball players, Tupper starts up a team. (imdb)
Mr. Bunny in Disguise (1914) - Short Film
A comedy in which Johan has no desire to meet the unmarried Sarah, and so has his friend Freddy pretend that he is Johan.
Tangled Tangoists (1914) - Short Film
John (Bunny) and Flora (Finch) meet at a ball, but neither can do these modern dances, so they sit out... and run into each other later at a dance studio. Bunny exudes his usual Pickwickian charm. Miss Finch gets involved in a nice bit of physical comedy when her gawkiness makes the dance lesson less than successful.
Comedian John Bunny on a train all confused.
The Pickpocket (1913) - Short Film
A John Bunny comedy short featuring his usual leading lady Flora Finch. Confusion over a stolen ticket puts Finch in jail.
Those Troublesome Tresses (1913) - Short Film
Farce in which two neighbouring couples test each other's jealousy. The women decide to make the men jealous and vice versa. The men buy horse hair to make the women believe it is hair of another woman; the women pretend to have received love letters. Final match result: women seem more jealous than men.
Aunty's Romance (1912) - Short Film
Romantic comedy in which a woman who no longer wants to marry her fiance when it turns out he doesn't have an inheritance. After his father is deceased, Stephen Fiske travels to New York, where he learns that his father has left him nothing. His fiancée Doris now refuses to marry him because he is not rich. Doris has, however, an old aunt, whose last wish is that Doris marry Stephan.
Mr. Bolter's Infatuation (1912) - Short Film
Mr. Bolten is hoping to woo the dancer Céleste and invites her for coffee. Her answer is that she will wait for him in hotel "Des imbeciles' in New York. He obviously cannot find the hotel, and to make matters worse he is robbed by a pickpocket. As a consequence he cannot pay his restaurant bill and is arrested. Luckily for him, a friend pays his bill so he can return home. There he picks up a dictionary and sees what "imbécile" means.
The Troublesome Step-Daughters (1912) - Short Film
A widower with four grown daughters remarries and brings his new wife home to meet them. The girls set out to make life as difficult as possible for their new mother. (imdb)