Robert Ware takes it upon himself to tame wild girl, Mag, to prove to his doubting friend Arnold, he can turn her into a graceful young lady. Later, when Arnold is in the war, he meets a ... See full summary »

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Robert Ware takes it upon himself to tame wild girl, Mag, to prove to his doubting friend Arnold, he can turn her into a graceful young lady. Later, when Arnold is in the war, he meets a pretty nurse who greatly impresses him. Back home he recalls the pleasant encounter to Robert, telling him of the gentle beauty he never forgot. Mag, now Margaret, overhears the story and reveals to Arnold, she was the nurse. The surprised Arnold now has to admit that Robert was right about gentling the little wild cat. Written by Pamela Short

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12 November 1922 (USA)  »

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Gamin Girl  »

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Lost Alice Calhoun Film
5 February 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Robert Ware ( Herbert Fortier ) decides to try and turn wild Mag o' the Alley ( Alice Calhoun ) into a refined young lady. So he obtains her release into his custody and sets about the task, to prove to his friend Judge Arnold ( Ramsey Wallace ) that he can sophisticate the girl. Years pass and when Arnold is in the war, he meets and falls in love with a pretty nurse. Though their acquaintance is brief, he never forgot her and when he comes home, recounts the experience to Robert. Mag--now Margaret--overhears their conversation and reveals herself to be that nurse. She now accepts Arnold who has to admit that Robert was right about refining the Little Wildcat.

Produced by the Vitagraph Company this drama/romance starring actress Alice Calhoun also featured young Oliver Hardy in the cast. Unfortunately, Little Wildcat now remains a lost film.


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