Each and every Monday in 1910, the Selig company released a reel's worth of film to its exhibitors. Most of these were split reels, containing two 500-foot films on one 1,000-foot spool. The title of the companion feature to Selig's Mr. A. Jonah has been lost to history, but chances are the film was a comedy. As a matter of fact, Mr. A. Jonah was reasonably amusing itself, detailing the misadventures of an unfortunate soul who spreads bad luck wherever he goes. Variety was not amused, however, dismissing this film and its unknown co-feature as "a flop."
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