A better title for this Gaumont comedy might have been "Too Much Ado About Nothing." A young man loves his sweetheart, but he also loves his dog. Halfway through the picture he is forced to choose between them. His decision prompts a zany chase through the streets. The synopsis provided by Gaumont unwittingly summed up the quality of the film by noting, "A great amount of thought is wasted on the subject." Films like Her Fiance and the Dog were a byproduct of the assembly-line moviemaking system dictated by the Motion Pictures Patents Company. It didn't seem to matter what was being filmed, so long as the producer had a reel's worth of celluloid to ship off to the distributors by the end of the week.
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