A local girl's romance with the lifeguard at a seaside lifesaving station is threatened by the arrival of tourists.

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Jessie Storm - the Local Girl
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Jack Ronald - the Handsome Life Guard
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Young Calvin
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Jack Ronald is known as the dare-devil of the life-saving corps at Cape Elizabeth. His sweetheart, Jessie Storm, is the daughter of the captain of the life savers. One day the district inspector's son, James Calvin, and a party of friends arrived to view the station. One of the guests, Miss Vera Stanhope, became much interested in Jack and he became her cavalier for the day. Young Calvin was very much interested in pretty Jessie, though she didn't care for him until she noticed Jack's attention to Miss Stanhope. Then she started a vigorous flirtation to arouse her lover's jealousy. In this object she succeeded. He deserted Miss Stanhope utterly and had eyes only for his sweetheart and Calvin. After the party had gone, the two met and separated after a quarrel. A few days later Calvin again returned hoping to see Jessie. While seeking her on the cliff, he lost his footing and fell headlong to the water's edge. His foot becoming jammed in a crevice there, he lay at the mercy of the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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20 September 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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It will be remembered as a dandy picture
17 April 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A very pretty love story of the seaside dealing with people belonging to a life-saving station and visitors, with much of value in the scenic line. It is a well-knit, dramatic story and very well acted. Miss Lawrence and Mr. Johnson were never happier in portraying romantic parts. Two of the visitors, the inspector's son and a young woman who was in his automobile party make both the seaside lovers jealous. The inspector's son falls into great danger and is rescued by the life- saver. The acting is so delightful and the picture in every way so perfect that it will be remembered as a dandy picture. - The Moving Picture World, October 7, 1911


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