Roland Francis, a mild-mannered silk salesman, finds himself a target for marriage-minded women, who believe him to be good husband material. Pretty young Ann Winton, after being dared by ... See full summary »

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Roland Farwell Francis
Dorothy Allen ...
Polly - a Maid
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Mrs. Benson
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Rose Raynor
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John McNab
Herbert Corthell ...
George Whiggam
Margaret Dale ...
Mrs. Twombly
Mona Palma ...
Ann Winton (as Mimi Palmeri)
Winifred Allen ...
Phoebe Barney
Charles Lane ...
Weeks Twombly
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James Remmick
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Willie - Mrs. Benson's Son
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Lucy Remmick
Hugh Huntley ...
Harley Forbes
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Roland Francis, a mild-mannered silk salesman, finds himself a target for marriage-minded women, who believe him to be good husband material. Pretty young Ann Winton, after being dared by her brother-in-law, invites Roland to dinner and a night on the town in Greenwich Village, and Roland accepts. However, he has no idea what kind of adventure is in store for him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Romance

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6 April 1924 (USA)  »

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¿Deben las mujeres declarársenos?  »

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