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MPN
17 Jan 1920
p. 923
MPN
7 Feb 1920
p. 1454
MPN
28 Feb 1920
p. 2141
Variety
9 Jan 1920
p. 52
Wid's
11 Jan 1920
p. 13
DETAILS
Release Date:
12 January 1920
Production Date:

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Date
Copyright Number
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.
26 December 1919
LP14574
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5-6
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Janet Randall, a department store clerk who longs for a fling at high society, ignores the love of the poor but honest Dan Cassidy. When vacation time comes, Janet goes to a fashionable hotel and there meets her idol, society favorite Monte Moreville. Upon requesting the bill at the end of four days, Janet discovers that the tariff is more than she can afford, and Monte comes to her rescue by offering to bail her out. In exchange, Janet must pose as his wife to fend off a woman who is threatening a breach of promise suit. After masquerading as Monte's wife, Janet discovers that the socialites are shallow and insecure and, at the end of her ordeal, gladly returns to Dan a wiser and humbled ...

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Janet Randall, a department store clerk who longs for a fling at high society, ignores the love of the poor but honest Dan Cassidy. When vacation time comes, Janet goes to a fashionable hotel and there meets her idol, society favorite Monte Moreville. Upon requesting the bill at the end of four days, Janet discovers that the tariff is more than she can afford, and Monte comes to her rescue by offering to bail her out. In exchange, Janet must pose as his wife to fend off a woman who is threatening a breach of promise suit. After masquerading as Monte's wife, Janet discovers that the socialites are shallow and insecure and, at the end of her ordeal, gladly returns to Dan a wiser and humbled woman.

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