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The Little Miss Brown (1915)

Betty Brown is an egregious coquette and flirt. She fools a pair of lovers and as the result of her indecision she lands herself in a pretty mess at a Hartford hotel, where she is cajoled ... See full summary »

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Betty Brown
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Jane Glenton
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Justin Glenton (as Edward M. Kimball)
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Joseph Clews
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Robert Mason
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Mrs. Dennison
Charles Dickson ...
Richard Dennison
William J. Ferguson ...
Uncle (as W.J. Ferguson)
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Mrs. Burke
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Night clerk
Jewel Hilburn ...
Telephone girl
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Bellboy (as John Hines)
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Betty Brown is an egregious coquette and flirt. She fools a pair of lovers and as the result of her indecision she lands herself in a pretty mess at a Hartford hotel, where she is cajoled into passing herself off as the wife of a man whose real wife is on her way to meet him. Betty just butts into a sea of trouble for the man and his wife are to receive some money from the former's uncle on condition that the wife meets with his approval. The general mix-up at the hotel caused by the meeting there of all these opposing interests is the cause of a great deal of fun and confusion, the central figure of which is always Betty Brown. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 June 1915 (USA)  »

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