The busy Gaumont company churned out three comedies in a row for release the third week of September, 1909: The Tricky Dummies,Fiddle and the Fan, and the 250-foot laugh-spinner Her Busy Day. The fragmentary plot of the last-named film concerns a female pushcart peddler who can't make a sale without violently arguing with the customer. After insulting practically everyone in town, the "heroine" is ordered to cease and desist by the cops. She refuses, and a zany chase ensues. It was "formula" material, but audiences loved it.
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