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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
27 Apr 18
p. 1689.
MPW
11 May 18
p. 899.
Variety
17 May 18
p. 44.
Wid's
12 Oct 18
p. 2457.
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 May 1918
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Exasperated by his son's predilection for the wine and women of Broadway, Robert Wayne sends young Jack to a mountain resort in the Adirondacks. One evening, Jack rescues a young woman named Paula Grey from drowning and then takes her to his camp to recuperate. When Jack's father arrives for a surprise visit, Jack tries to smuggle Paula out, but Wayne becomes suspicious and orders his son back to New York City. Later, Jack visits the home of vaudeville star Mlle. Paulette, whom he recognizes as Paula. Following a series of complications involving mistaken identities and a gang of burglars, Jack and Mlle. Paulette happily announce their ... +


Exasperated by his son's predilection for the wine and women of Broadway, Robert Wayne sends young Jack to a mountain resort in the Adirondacks. One evening, Jack rescues a young woman named Paula Grey from drowning and then takes her to his camp to recuperate. When Jack's father arrives for a surprise visit, Jack tries to smuggle Paula out, but Wayne becomes suspicious and orders his son back to New York City. Later, Jack visits the home of vaudeville star Mlle. Paulette, whom he recognizes as Paula. Following a series of complications involving mistaken identities and a gang of burglars, Jack and Mlle. Paulette happily announce their engagement. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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