When a hotel orchestra leader starts to flirt with a girl in the audience, her fiancé is very displeased. Then the orchestra leader finds out that the hotel flower girl is really a rich ... See full summary »

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A Flower Girl
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A Leader Leader of Men - the Orchestra Leader
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A Prune Magnate's Daughter
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An Indignant Nobleman
Jack Ackroyd ...
A Child of Destiny - the Flower Girl's Sweetheart
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The Guest with the Pea Shooter (as Charles Lynn)
Harriet Hammond ...
The Pea Shooter's Companion
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Al - the Flower Girl's 2nd Brother
Kalla Pasha ...
Harry - the Flower Girl's 3rd Brother
Eva Thatcher ...
The Flower Girl's Mother
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When a hotel orchestra leader starts to flirt with a girl in the audience, her fiancé is very displeased. Then the orchestra leader finds out that the hotel flower girl is really a rich heiress, and he shifts his attentions to her. Now the flower girl's boyfriend is unhappy, and soon there are even more complications. Written by Snow Leopard

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22 June 1919 (USA)  »

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Sprightly
1 May 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

One of the last comedies directed by Eddie Cline before he left Keystone to direct Buster Keaton's shorts, this is an excellent little comedy with a fine performance by Ford Sterling out of his Dutch Comic makeup. Nice little gag with Louise Fazenda's hat and one of the funniest title cards I have come across: "You have the grace of a hippopotamus, but lack its charm."


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