The Irish laborer finds his sweetheart in the arms of another, from Off His Beat (1903)

September 2012
Moving Image (15323978);Fall2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, preceding p1
Academic Journal
A still image from the 1903 motion picture "Off His Beat," depicting an Irish laborer interrupting a liaison between his sweetheart and a police officer, is presented.


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