Felix is a "stay-at-home" man, but his wife is a social cyclone. Felix and his wife are invited to a ball in the town ball. The husband doesn't want to go, but his wife insists. His excuse ... See full summary
Felix at the Ball (1912) Online
Felix is a "stay-at-home" man, but his wife is a social cyclone. Felix and his wife are invited to a ball in the town ball. The husband doesn't want to go, but his wife insists. His excuse that he hasn't any dress suit is scorned by Mrs. Felix, who goes to a second-hand merchant and hires one for him. She doesn't care about the size and fit. The suit proves several sizes too small for Felix, but his wife insists that it will have to do and she hauls him off to the ball. Poor Felix is in misery, his coat tails are not long enough to cover the rip in his pants; so, much embarrassed, he backs out of the ballroom, and succeeds in finding his wife in the hallway. When she learns of the accident she sends Felix into an ante-room and secures a needle and thread from the janitress. Felix removes his trousers and dons a rug, and his wife is mending the rip when the door opens and a couple of young ladies enter the room. Poor Felix immediately goes out in the air and prances about, trying to ...
|Jerold T. Hevener||-||Felix (unconfirmed)|
|Eleanor Caines||-||Felix's Wife|
Released as a split reel along with An Accidental Millionaire (1912).