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ETR
19 Oct 18
p. 1647.
ETR
26 Oct 18
p. 1769.
MPN
26 Oct 18
p. 2706.
MPW
13 Oct 17
p. 219.
NYDM
16 Nov 18
p. 735.
Variety
18 Oct 18
p. 39.
Wid's
17 Nov 18
pp. 13-14.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Brick Dust Row" by O. Henry in his The Trimmed Lamp, and Other Stories of the Four Million (New York, 1906).
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Release Date:
21 October 1918
Copyright Claimant:
Vitagraph Co. of America
Copyright Date:
21 September 1918
Copyright Number:
LP12913
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Florence shares a flat with her friend Ella in Brick Dust Row, a lower-class neighborhood in New York City. Because the millionaire who owns the building rents out the parlors for business purposes, the girls are forced to meet their men friends in the park. On an outing to Coney Island with her friend, Florence meets the wealthy Blinker and the two fall in love. Blinker, on the verge of proposing to Florence, asks her several questions about her past and is horrified to learn that she meets men in the park. Things look grim for Florence until her fast friend Bill convinces Blinker that her character is sound. Blinker, realizing that he, in fact, owns Florence's tenement, restores the parlors to the residents and marries ... +


Florence shares a flat with her friend Ella in Brick Dust Row, a lower-class neighborhood in New York City. Because the millionaire who owns the building rents out the parlors for business purposes, the girls are forced to meet their men friends in the park. On an outing to Coney Island with her friend, Florence meets the wealthy Blinker and the two fall in love. Blinker, on the verge of proposing to Florence, asks her several questions about her past and is horrified to learn that she meets men in the park. Things look grim for Florence until her fast friend Bill convinces Blinker that her character is sound. Blinker, realizing that he, in fact, owns Florence's tenement, restores the parlors to the residents and marries Florence. +

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