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Little Betty has a luxurious home, an army of servants and the costliest of toys. But she hasn't what a child wants most of all, other children to play with. The result is that she runs away and joins a group of children from the ghetto district on the beach. In play she exchanges clothing with a little boy. That evening Betty doesn't return home. Her maiden aunt, an over-zealous guardian, is frantic. She notifies the police. The same evening the father of the boy, who has lost his position and is facing starvation, decides to turn burglar. He steals into the home of Betty's father. The household is awakened and the intruder captured. At that moment the police arrive with the boy whom they have mistaken for Betty on account of the little girl's clothing which he wears. All are utterly bewildered. The denouement comes with Betty's entrance at this juncture, garbed in the boy's clothes. She likes the boy and on her plea he and his father are liberated. The experience teaches Betty's ...

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