A dramatization depicts men in mining community standing outside a billiards saloon and talking in the United States.
United States USA Date:1924 Duration:5 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film titled: 'When a man's a miner' dramatizes the use of safety instruction in coal mines in the United States. View of the coal fields called Tippleville. Houses along the sides of a street. A banner on a building reads: 'Troy's Pocket Billiards'. Men standing outside the building and talking. One of the man is Spike Sherman, who is a motorman in a mine. Dick Kincaid and his sister Mary Kincaid arrive near the building. Men talking about the girl. A man asks Spike why he was jealous of Lucky Burns if he was not crazy about the girl. The men argue and fight.
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