An actress teaches a young girl how to flirt and win back her beau.

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Violet - the Country Girl
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Tommy Smart - Violet's Beau
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Vera La Croix - an Actress
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Vera La Croix was an actress, a very beautiful one, with great charm and fascination. She went to spend a part of the summer at a beautiful rustic place, Shady Dell. Among the guests at the summer hotel were Tommy Smart, his mother, and Tommy's sweetheart, Violet. Now Violet was just as nice a little girl as any man could want, but the minute Tommy saw Vera, her dashing style and the fascination of her city manners and elegant gowns, captivated him. Vera was accustomed to the admiration of men, and as men were scarce in Shady Dell, she was inclined to have a little flirtation with Tommy. Tommy was about to fall head over heels in love with her in spite of the protests of his mother. Finally his mother wrote to her brother, a lawyer, asking his aid in getting Tommy out of the actress' power. The lawyer, John, arrived and promptly took Vera to task for her actions. When Vera learned the real facts of the case, she was very anxious to make peace again between Tommy and Violet. Vera, in ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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27 July 1911 (USA)  »

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What may be termed a flirtation comedy
26 March 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

The opening scene in an actress's dressing-room of this comedy impress one as having life. It is due not alone to the acting of the heroine (Florence Lawrence), and the dozen or so who support her in this scene, but to the grouping and whole layout of the scene, which are perfect. The rest of the story has a mountain resort for its background and is what may be termed a flirtation comedy, in which an actress comes between two simple lovers. Some of these scenes drag a little, but the picture takes life again when the repentant actress coaches the younger girl in flirting and dresses her up in a truly becoming harem skirt. The final scenes are lively and amusing, and the picture as a whole is a very good comedy. - The Moving Picture World, August 12, 1911


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