A girl from the country writes glowing letters about life in the big city despite the fact that it's really been disastrous.



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Flo was a country girl ambitious to become an artist. Her work was greatly admitted by her mother and father and a young man of the village, who admired Flo as well as her work. So Flo decided to go away to the city much to the regret of her parents and lover. Success did not come, but pride died hard, and she kept writing encouraging letters home. Her lover, fancying that the breach between then was widening, wrote that he was coming to visit her in the city. The girl shrank from having him see her poverty after the glowing letters which she had written. She took one of her pictures to a second-hand store and tried to exchange it for a dress. It happened that the proprietor of this store was an accomplice of a woman shoplifter and this woman had just come in. The police were on her trail and she gave the unsuspecting Flo the gown in exchange for the picture. When Flo arrived at her room she found her lover waiting for her. The police, led by this false clue, arrived almost at the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama





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20 March 1911 (USA)  »

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