After Eddie Plum discovers oil on the family ranch, he and his widowed mother move to the city where they meet Lord Burlington, a British fortune hunter. Burlington introduces the Plums to ... See full summary »

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(as Al E. Christie)

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(scenario) (as Al E. Christie), (story) | 1 more credit »

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Marie Tempest ...
W. Graham Brown ...
Lord Burlington
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Eddie Plum
Violet MacMillan ...
Betty Van Zant
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Mrs. Van Zant
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Detective Lee Potts
Harry L. Rattenberry ...
(as Harry Rattenberry)
Gus Alexander
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After Eddie Plum discovers oil on the family ranch, he and his widowed mother move to the city where they meet Lord Burlington, a British fortune hunter. Burlington introduces the Plums to two socialites, Mrs. Van Zant and Betty, her daughter, and while Burlington woos Mrs. Plum, Eddie falls in love with Betty. A double wedding is arranged, but on the day of the ceremony, Mrs. Plum announces that the deed to her land has been stolen and without it she has no claim. Devastated by the news, Burlington requests a postponement and leaves. In spite of the apparent disaster, Eddie and Betty elope while Mrs. Plum, hurt by the Lord's sudden departure, plans to return to the country. Realizing that his affections for the widow are genuine, Burlington asks for her forgiveness and insists on the marriage. Her faith restored, Mrs. Plum reveals that the stolen documents were fakes, and that her oil millions are safe. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Western

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23 August 1915 (USA)  »

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