George Washington, Jr. (1924)

Comedy-drama | 2 February 1924

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LITERARY
Based on the play George Washington, Jr. by George M. Cohan (New York, 12 Feb 1906).
DETAILS
Release Date:
2 February 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Warner Brothers Pictures
Copyright Date:
10 December 1923
Copyright Number:
LP19692
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,100
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

George Belgrave is guided by George Washington's principles of integrity and honesty. He exposes his cousin Dolly's fiancé, Count Tyrola, to be a bogus count and an internationally sought criminal, who, as the leader of the Vassalini gang, steals a secret treaty from George's father, a United States senator. It is Tyrola's intention to use the treaty to cause political strife in Bessarabia. George, his friend Bob, and Ham, the Negro butler, subdue the Vassalini gang and, after recovering the treaty, lock them up. Tyrola's treachery is revealed seconds before the wedding ceremony. George, to save his father embarrassment, tells his only lie in giving him credit for the whole "plan" to capture Tyrola. Cousin Dolly marries friend ... +


George Belgrave is guided by George Washington's principles of integrity and honesty. He exposes his cousin Dolly's fiancé, Count Tyrola, to be a bogus count and an internationally sought criminal, who, as the leader of the Vassalini gang, steals a secret treaty from George's father, a United States senator. It is Tyrola's intention to use the treaty to cause political strife in Bessarabia. George, his friend Bob, and Ham, the Negro butler, subdue the Vassalini gang and, after recovering the treaty, lock them up. Tyrola's treachery is revealed seconds before the wedding ceremony. George, to save his father embarrassment, tells his only lie in giving him credit for the whole "plan" to capture Tyrola. Cousin Dolly marries friend Bob. +

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