A mustashioed wise guy in a Model-T picks up two girls, one of who wears a Mary Pickford wig, along the side of the road, and dirves them out to the desert. Parking the car, he goes behind a bush to relieve himself. One girl follows him, and feels compeled to urinate as well. He is taken my seeing her there, crouched over the ground and defenceless, and forces himself on her. She sbmits to his amourous advancements, and they are soon joined by the other girl. Written by
Did You Know?
Often dated at 1915, silent film historian Kevin Brownlow, in his book Behind the Mask of Innocence, suggests that it was instead made around 1923, judging by the girl's fashions. See more
Both of the girls wear wigs. In one scene, a girl is grabbed by the head and her wig moves in such a way that it is revealed to not be her real hair. See more