Released in tandem with the Selig comedy Oh, You Skeleton, Ghost of the Oven was, like its companion piece, essentially a one-joke film. While visiting his sweetheart at the bakery where she works, the hero makes a sudden and hasty retreat when the girl's boss shows up. The young romeo hides in the oven, which action is seen by the baker's boy helper. Later, when no one is looking, the hero crawls out of the oven and hides in a flour bin. But the boy helper doesn't see this, thus when the baker fires up the oven, the poor helper is convinced that the hero is being roasted alive. A grim "practical joke" finale caps this silly bit of pastry.
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