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Cast overview:
E.K. Lincoln ...
John Benson
Flora Finch ...
The Maid
Julia Swayne Gordon ...
Mary's Aunt
Wally Van
Charles Eldridge
James Young


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Comedy | Romance | Short





Release Date:

28 January 1913 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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They Grow Up While You're Not Looking
31 March 2016 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Clara Kimball Young is a hoydenish tomboy, who improperly instructs neighbor Eddie Lincoln on how to whistle through fingers. When aunt Julia Swayne Gordon -- this actress had reached the advanced age of 34 when this movie was released, fit only for matronly roles -- locks her up. She runs off.

there are some pleasant shots of suburban Brooklyn in the middle parts. Vitagraph's studio was in the Flatbush section. INdeed, the facilities were in use through the start of the 21st century as a TV studio, where Bill Vosby and soap operas were shot for the small screen.

MIss Young -- we when this movie came out -- looks to be having a grand time opposite the aged Miss Gordon, and Flora Finch as the maid. It's an amusing little trifle and if you wish to see it, a good print with some nice tinting is available on YouTube at the Eye Institute site

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