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"Always in the Way" is a 1915 silent film directed by J. Searle Dawley. The film, which was based on the song with the same name, was partially filmed on the Bahamas.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, Silent film
- producer: Louis B. Mayer
- starring: Mary Miles Minter
- cinematography by Irvin Willat
- genres: Silent film, Black-and-white
- released on (99 years ago)
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We would, however, recommend our gentlemen friends to do without it — it is always in the way, and the arrows can be carried far better in a pocket made diagonally in the right rear of the coat, bo as to come conveniently to the hand and yet ...
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Argh! People are always in the way!
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