A counterfeit count is aided in his courtship of the heroine by her father who is overwhelmed by his 'title.'

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Charles Grider
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Clyde E. Hopkins
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Bearded man
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A counterfeit count is aided in his courtship of the heroine by her father who is overwhelmed by his 'title.'

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14 October 1917 (USA)  »

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Released October 14th 1917
3 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The count is a charlatan in this film and so is the 24 year old Harold Lloyd.

I think because Chaplin wrote his own films and made less of them compared with Lloyd, he had time to bring something of himself to the story. I know nothing of Lloyd from his Lonesome Luke projects.


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