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Artie, the Millionaire Kid (1916)

Young Artie Hamilton gets expelled from college, and his angered father--a wealthy railroad baron--throws him out of the house. Artie tells his father that within a year he'll have made ... See full summary »

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Artie Hamilton
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Annabelle Willowby
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Uriah Updike
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Colonel Philetue Hamilton
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The widow
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Young Artie Hamilton gets expelled from college, and his angered father--a wealthy railroad baron--throws him out of the house. Artie tells his father that within a year he'll have made enough money that he could buy his father's railroad. Soon afterwards Artie falls for a young girl he sees at a girls' school, Annabelle Willowboy. When he discovers that Annabelle is being courted by wealthy Uriah Updike, and that Updike's father owns property on which Artie's own father intends to build a branch of his railroad, Artie sees a chance to make his boast to his father come true--but it will take some scheming and trickery to do so, something Artie is fully prepared to do. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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17 April 1916 (USA)  »

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(1907). Stage Play: Artie. Comedy. Written by George Ade. Garrick Theatre: 28 Oct- 1907- Nov 1907 (closing date unknown/22 performances). Cast: Joseph Brennan, George A. Cameron, Herbert Cole, Daniel Corse, Frank Craven, J.W. Cunningham, Louis R. Grisel, William Harrigan, Sidney Irving, James A. Leahy, Hale Norcross, Joseph M. Sparks, James Stewart, Frederick Wallace, Lawrence Wheat, Thomas H. Wilson. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Note: Filmed by The Vitagraph Company of America [distributed by V-L-S-E] as Artie, the Millionaire Kid (1916). See more »

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