Snitch steals Ginger's baseball tickets and takes Ginger's girl to the game. Finding himself without tickets, Ginger dresses as a baseball player and wins the game.
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Ginger, a Tailor
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Snitch, Another
Bud Jamison ...
The Boss
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Ginger's Girl
J. Darcie 'Foxy' Lloyd ...
Umpire (as James Darsie Lloyd)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elmer Ballard
May Ballard ...
(as Mabel Ballard)
Maybelle Beringer ...
(as May Beringer)
William Blaisdell
Sammy Brooks
Rudolph Bylek
Clara Dray
Loretta Dray
Billy Fay
Max Hamburger
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Snitch steals Ginger's baseball tickets and takes Ginger's girl to the game. Finding himself without tickets, Ginger dresses as a baseball player and wins the game.

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9 September 1917 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A kerítésen túl  »

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Tiring of the "Lonesome Luke" character, Lloyd wanted to try something new and introduced, in this film, the "glasses character" which made him famous. See more »

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Featured in Silent Clowns: Harold Lloyd (2006) See more »

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Harold Lloyd as Director
30 October 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Once Harold Lloyd was able to make the transition from 'Lonesome Luke' to the Harold Lloyd with glasses and a short hat, he began directing some of his own shorts in order to guide his career. As any director will tell you, acting and directing are impossible to do well at the same time, and so therefore, Lloyd handed over the directing to James Parrott so that he could concentrate on developing his screen personality.


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