Twee trouwe vrienden
After the baby has been out to bed, Mewdor takes up hus usual place in front of the bedroom door. Two burglars enter the house. They help themselves to the contents of a jewel case and then notice the sleeping child. The dog, hearing the intruders, throws himself against the door, but in vain. He manages to bite a hole in the door, dashes into the bedroom and grips one of the thieves by the throat. The second thief escapes, taking the baby with him and leaving his accomplice dead on the floor. Medor traces the child and its kidnapper. The second burglar's evil deed also costs him his life. Medor has proved himself to be a true friend. (It is not surprising that this film was described in an advertisement as 'sensational').
H. de Wit, Film in Utrecht van 1895 tot 1915, Utrecht (1986); Bijlage: p. 130
G. Donaldson, Of Joy and Sorrow. A Filmography of Dutch Silent Fiction, Amsterdam (1997), p. 72