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Daisy and her husband both go in for a face-pulling contest, but when the big day comes she is unable to attend the competition, and her husband wins instead. When the next opportunity comes around, she is determined to win -- but gets a little over-enthusiastic on the way to the contest and finds herself in trouble! She is most ungrateful for her rescue; fate, however, catches up with her that night…
Daisy Doodad's Dial is a 1914 silent British comedy film, directed by Florence Turner, who also starred in the film alongside Laurence Trimble.
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