Tony is an Italian immigrant, in America. His first two days in New York are filled with humorous experiences due to his ignorance of our laws and customs. His sky of dark clouds is ... See full summary »

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Rex De Rosselli ...
Tony (as Rex Roselli)
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Rosie
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Rosie's Papa
Joseph Ransome ...
The Justice of the Peace (as Joseph Ransom)
T. Jerome Lawler ...
Office Steele
John Larkin ...
Officer Ryan
Harry Reid ...
Officer Morgan
Nick Manitar ...
The Porter in City Hall
Edgar G. Wynn ...
The License Clerk
Lew Morriff ...
The Fruit Peddlar
Lester Cuneo ...
The Officer at the Immigrant Station
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Tony is an Italian immigrant, in America. His first two days in New York are filled with humorous experiences due to his ignorance of our laws and customs. His sky of dark clouds is suddenly cleared by Cupid, who gets him married to the fair Rosie without knowing it. The story pictures how Tony has been directed to Rosie's papa by a friend in sunny Italy. Her papa gives Tony a job, but fires him the same day. Then Tony peddles bananas and takes up his stand in the front of the fruit store of Rosie's papa. He has Tony arrested for not having a license, and Tony is fined, his fruit confiscated, and he wanders down the street with his empty pushcart to where he "carries the banner," or sleeps outdoors, on a dump that night. In the morning he finds a gold piece. Overjoyed, he goes to buy a license and meets Rosie, who accompanies him. At the City Hall they ask for a license and are directed to the Marriage License Clerk. The Clerk sends them with the license to a Magistrate and they are ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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6 May 1912 (USA)  »

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