George Washington, Jr. (1924)
A senator is trying to get his niece to marry a foreign count. The senator's teenage son finds out that the count is not only a phony, but an international criminal. The boy sets out to break up the impending marriage and save his father from ruin and his cousin from marrying a man she doesn't love.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
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