C.O.D. (1914 film)

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C.O.D. is a 1914 short comedy film directed by Tefft Johnson and based upon Frederic Chapin's 1912 play of the same name.wikipedia
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C.O. Darlington (Harry Davenport), C.O. Drudge (Hughie Mack) and C.O. Dusenberry (Charles Brown) each feign an illness to their wives and instead go on vacation together.

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C.O. Darlington (Harry Davenport), C.O. Drudge (Hughie Mack) and C.O. Dusenberry (Charles Brown) each feign an illness to their wives and instead go on vacation together.

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Meanwhile, the wives (Eulalie Jensen, Mabel Kelly, Edwina Robbins) discover that their husbands went on vacation and decide to take their own vacation together.

Tefft Johnson

C.O.D. is a 1914 short comedy film directed by Tefft Johnson and based upon Frederic Chapin's 1912 play of the same name.

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C.O.D. is a 1914 short comedy film directed by Tefft Johnson and based upon Frederic Chapin's 1912 play of the same name.

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C.O.D. is a 1914 short comedy film directed by Tefft Johnson and based upon Frederic Chapin's 1912 play of the same name.

Frederic Chapin

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C.O.D. is a 1914 short comedy film directed by Tefft Johnson and based upon Frederic Chapin's 1912 play of the same name.

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The film premiered in New York at the Vitagraph Theater on December 6, 1914 alongside a one-act play entitled What the Moon Saw, which was written by Vitagraph actor S. Rankin Drew.

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The film premiered in New York at the Vitagraph Theater on December 6, 1914 alongside a one-act play entitled What the Moon Saw, which was written by Vitagraph actor S. Rankin Drew.

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The film premiered in New York at the Vitagraph Theater on December 6, 1914 alongside a one-act play entitled What the Moon Saw, which was written by Vitagraph actor S. Rankin Drew.

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C.O.D. was described as "high-class comedy" in a positive review in Moving Picture World.

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A review in Motion Picture News stated that the film "comes nearer being the acme of comedy productions than any previous screen story."

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