Charlie Lee, the poor chink, is the hero of this Biograph story. Having located at Golden Gulch as a laundryman, his old father is about to take his leave for his home in the Flowery ... See full summary »

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Anthony O'Sullivan ...
Charley Lee
Gertrude Robinson ...
Miss Dean
Charles West ...
Bud Miller
Dell Henderson ...
Gentleman Jim Dandy
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Kate Bruce ...
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William J. Butler ...
Cowboy
Edward Dillon ...
Mail carrier
John T. Dillon ...
Cowboy (as Jack Dillon)
Frank Evans ...
Sheriff (unconfirmed)
Francis J. Grandon ...
One of Charley's friends
Guy Hedlund ...
Cowboy
J. Jiquel Lanoe ...
Cowboy
W. Chrystie Miller ...
One of Charley's friends
George Nichols ...
Cowboy
Alfred Paget ...
Cowboy
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Charlie Lee, the poor chink, is the hero of this Biograph story. Having located at Golden Gulch as a laundryman, his old father is about to take his leave for his home in the Flowery Kingdom. Before going the old man warns his son to cherish his sacred queue, for should he lose that he would be an outcast and disbarred from returning to his country, which every Chinaman who leaves, looks forward to doing. His father gone, the chink feels very much alone and low spirited, for though a saffron-skinned Pagan, his soul is white and real red blood pulsates his heart. He takes up a basket of laundry work to deliver and on the road is made to feel the result of two thousand years of civilization, for while passing a gang of cowboys, they pull his pigtail, threaten to cut it off, and roughly handle him until rescued by Bud Miller and his sweetheart, Miss Dean. For this intervention the chink is deeply grateful, and when Gentleman Jack, the dandy, tries to cut Bud Miller out in Miss Mean's ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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