Olivia Dangerfield and her brother are hired as servants in the household of the meticulous Mrs. Falkner. When another pair of servants is detained by the law, Olivia decides to pose as a ... See full summary »

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Frances Kaye ...
Elizabeth Daingerfield
Bradley Barker ...
Albert Hackett ...
George Stevens ...
May Kitson ...
Mrs. Daingerfield
Eugene O'Brien ...
Burton Crane
Fred Esmelton ...
Solon Tucker
Crauford Kent ...
Randolf Weeks
Augusta Anderson ...
Mrs. Faulkner
Rita Spear ...
Cora Faulkner
Frances Miller ...
Mammy Jackson (as Frances Miller Grant)
George Washington ...
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Olivia Dangerfield and her brother are hired as servants in the household of the meticulous Mrs. Falkner. When another pair of servants is detained by the law, Olivia decides to pose as a master cook, though she knows little about the culinary arts. Meanwhile, Burton Crane, the boyfriend of Mrs. Falkner's daughter, becomes attracted to the "wonderful cook" at the Falkner home. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Comedy | Romance

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Passed
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11 May 1919 (USA)  »

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