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SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Motog
2 Oct 15
p. 697, 769
MPN
2 Oct 15
p. 83.
MPW
2 Oct 15
p. 93, 152
NYDM
11 Sep 15
p. 68.
Variety
1 Oct 15
p. 18.
DETAILS
Release Date:
27 September 1915
Copyright Claimant:
World Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
27 September 1915
Copyright Number:
LU7345
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

While traveling to Buffalo with her uncle Henry and his family, Frenchwoman Lili Breval is accidentally left behind at a rural train station. Speaking no English, Lili struggles to communicate her problem to the townspeople until Jim Pemberton, newly fired from his job at a car garage, rescues her with his knowledge of French. A penniless Jim, who has been forced by his father, an auto manufacturer and business rival of Henry Breval, to support himself after his expulsion from college, eagerly takes a job as a driver in a car race, hoping to win enough money to send pretty Lili on to Buffalo. Ironically, his car is a Breval entry, but in spite of the familial competition, Jim battles two would-be saboteurs to cross the finish line first. After delivering Lili to Buffalo, Jim gains office employment from a grateful Henry Breval, which satisfies Mr. Pemberton and clears the road to romance with the little ... +


While traveling to Buffalo with her uncle Henry and his family, Frenchwoman Lili Breval is accidentally left behind at a rural train station. Speaking no English, Lili struggles to communicate her problem to the townspeople until Jim Pemberton, newly fired from his job at a car garage, rescues her with his knowledge of French. A penniless Jim, who has been forced by his father, an auto manufacturer and business rival of Henry Breval, to support himself after his expulsion from college, eagerly takes a job as a driver in a car race, hoping to win enough money to send pretty Lili on to Buffalo. Ironically, his car is a Breval entry, but in spite of the familial competition, Jim battles two would-be saboteurs to cross the finish line first. After delivering Lili to Buffalo, Jim gains office employment from a grateful Henry Breval, which satisfies Mr. Pemberton and clears the road to romance with the little mademoiselle. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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