Jack Boyer starts for town from his suburban home and while waiting for the train buys a magazine to while away the time while he is getting his shoes shined. He idly turns over the ... See full summary »

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Jack Boyer starts for town from his suburban home and while waiting for the train buys a magazine to while away the time while he is getting his shoes shined. He idly turns over the advertising pages and is struck by the beauty of one of the models shown in a cut. He becomes so engrossed in her good looks that he is oblivious of the arrival and departure of the train, and when reminded of this fact can only reward his informant with a sight of the pretty face. There is no manufacturer's address on the advertisement, so Jack seeks the publisher of the magazine for information, and his persistence brings him the address of the advertising firm which placed the ad. They in turn send him to the photographer who took the picture, and who sells the address. But the address is incorrect, for the model has moved, and Jack is forced to give up the chase. At last, when he has abandoned hope, he encounters his divinity on the street, but his joy in the meeting is tempered by the fact that she is... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 January 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Cupid, D.D.S. (1910). See more »

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