Willem gaat melk halen
Willem is henpecked, and when the servant marches off indignantly he is compelled by his wife to do the servant's work. He prepares tea, but there is no milk; he is dispatched to get some. He arrives at the milk-shop, but coming out collides with a lady, whose attractions fascinate him. With the milk-can on his arm, he follows the lady to a café. There she joins friends, and Willem is made welcome in the jovial circle. Champagne passes freely, and Willem is very soon reduced to a deplorable condition. Meanwhile, friends at home have called, and they are expecting Willem back with the milk. The police are sent for. They get on to one or two false scents, but finally discover Willem lying prone upon the pavement. Triumphantly they carry him home, where he proceeds to supply the party with the milk, but it has been so long on the road that by now the milk is sour, which brings upon Willem a severe matrimonial drubbing.
G. Donaldson, Of Joy and Sorrow. A Filmography of Dutch Silent Fiction, Amsterdam (1997), pp. 87-88
De Komeet, 1 november 1912
De Bioscoop-Courant No. 41, 4 juli 1913