De gebroken Spiegel
While cleaning the lieutenant's cheval-glass, Jan, his valet, accidentally smashes the mirror. When the lieutenant comes home early in the morning after a drinking bout, he decides that he must shave and put on clean clothes. Fortunately for Jan, the lieutenant is not only befuddled, but also somewhat myopic. In order to deceive his master, Jan stands behind the empty mirrorframe and "reflects" the lieutenant's every move.
A thumbnail review in 'The Bioscope' (4.9.1913) called the film "a cleverly worked comic, in which the mirror episode provides excellent fun".
Nieuws van de Dag, 30 maart 1912
De Goudsche Courant, 30 juli 1912
De Kinematograaf No. 3, 7 februari 1913, p. 15
H. Rijken, Filmgeschiedenis van Hoorn, Hoorn (1995)
G. Donaldson, Of Joy and Sorrow. A Filmography of Dutch Silent Fiction, Amsterdam (1997), pp. 84-85