Billy Barnes gets into trouble over a practical joke on a golf course and ends up in jail, despite his high social standing. But he manages to redeem himself with the help of a jewel thief he befriends in jail.

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Billy Barnes
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Helen
William Scott ...
Harry
Robert Fernandez ...
Tom
Fred Miller ...
Dick
Eddie Gribbon ...
'Nervy' Norton
Tom Wilson ...
Mose
Harvey Clark ...
M. Dumas
Gus Thomas ...
Harrington Whitney
Milton Ross ...
Police Sergeant
S.J. Bingham ...
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Phil Dunham ...
Billy's Valet (as Phillip Dunham)
Bert Offord ...
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Billy Barnes gets into trouble over a practical joke on a golf course and ends up in jail, despite his high social standing. But he manages to redeem himself with the help of a jewel thief he befriends in jail.

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July 1922 (USA)  »

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Ah! Quelle douche!  »

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Alias Julius Caesar (1922) - Lost Silent
29 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sadly not much information to be found for this 1922 silent comedy starring Charles Ray and produced by Charles Ray Productions, also featuring Barbara Bedford. All I can offer the reader is this very brief synopsis. Hopefully a copy survives and resurfaces for public viewing and a proper review.

Friends lock Billy Barnes ( Charles Ray ) in the shower and take away his clothes, but he escapes wrapped in the shower curtain. The police take him for a lunatic and put him in jail, where he meets a jewel thief. They escape together and go to a party. The thief steals a considerable amount of jewelry, tries to implicate Billy, but is finally exposed by him.


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