The Flirting Husband

The Flirting Husband

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name = The Flirting Husband

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director = Mack Sennett
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starring = Mabel Normand
Ford Sterling
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released = 1912
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country = USA
language = English
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imdb_id = 0002184

"The Flirting Husband" is a 1912 short film comedy starring Mabel Normand and Ford Sterling, and directed by Mack Sennett.

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*imdb name|id=0635667|name=Mabel Normand
* [ Madcap Mabel: Mabel Normand Website]
* [ Looking-for-Mabel]
* [ Mabel Normand Home Page]

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