Tom tells Brown, the real estate broker, that he won't have him as his best man unless he hastens to get him a tenant for his furnished apartment, and Brown rents it to a Frenchman, Jean ... See full summary »

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Matt Moore ...
Tom Warren
Howard Crampton ...
Mr. Smith
Leonora von Ottinger ...
Mrs. Smith
Margaret McWade ...
Grace Smith, Their Daughter
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Jean Dupree
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Jeannette, His Daughter
A.H. Busby ...
Arthur Brown (as Bertram Busby)
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Tom tells Brown, the real estate broker, that he won't have him as his best man unless he hastens to get him a tenant for his furnished apartment, and Brown rents it to a Frenchman, Jean Dupree, upon the condition that he may take possession of it at six o'clock. Brown reminds Tom of the bachelor dinner to be given in his honor that night. Tom instructs his valet to pack his belongings and engage rooms at a hotel. Dupree, his daughter and the maid arrive. Dupree goes to dress for dinner, and the maid admits the daughter's lover, Alfonse, a poor artist, whose suit is not approved by the old Frenchman. Dupree returns and, discovering Alfonse, promptly ejects him. After the bachelor dinner Tom forgets about having sub-let his apartment, goes home, enters the daughter's room and begins to undress. Dupree, hearing voices, looms up in his night attire and demands that Tom marry his daughter the next day. In spite of Tom's apologies and explanations, the Frenchman keeps him in the apartment,... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 July 1917 (USA)  »

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