Galloping Dick, a clever thief, occupies fashionable bachelor apartments. He is invariably accompanied by William, who acts the part of valet and body-servant while in the apartments, and ... See full summary »

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Galloping Dick, a clever thief, occupies fashionable bachelor apartments. He is invariably accompanied by William, who acts the part of valet and body-servant while in the apartments, and as an expert, faithful and clever accomplice in the robberies committed by Galloping Dick. One evening William sits in the apartment impatiently waiting for the return of Dick, who arrives finally after a successful robbery and turns over to William some rich jewels which the latter places in a concealed safe built into the wall. In the meantime, the robbery has been discovered and there is great agitation in the mansion where Mrs. Richwell has discovered her loss. Detective Haggerty is notified of the robbery and arrives on the scene. A cursory inquiry at once reveals to him that this is another job by Galloping Dick. Mrs. Hyphen-Bonds, one of the wealthy patrons of art, has finished a last sitting for Miss Hawthorne, the clever and fascinating young miniature painter. She states that she is going ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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