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'Tommy Atkins in the Park' is an 1898 British short black-and-white silent comedy film, directed by Robert W. Paul, featuring couple courting in a park who are forced to use desperate measures to get rid of a stout matron who interrupts them. The film was a remake of Alfred Moul's 'The Soldier's Courtship' (1896). It is included on the BFI DVD 'R.W. Paul: The Collected Films 1895-1908' and a clip is featured in Paul Merton's interactive guide to early British silent comedy 'How They Laughed' on the BFI website.
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