A little country village comedy in which Mr. Costello plays a young grocer's clerk. This clerk and the daughter (Clara Kimball Young) of a G.A.R. fire-eater (Mr. Eldridge) are in love, much... See full summary »

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Joe Godfrey, Drug Commissioner
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A little country village comedy in which Mr. Costello plays a young grocer's clerk. This clerk and the daughter (Clara Kimball Young) of a G.A.R. fire-eater (Mr. Eldridge) are in love, much to the old man's disgust. He wants his daughter to marry a brave man, a soldier. AN unexpected denouement makes the clerk seem to be a hero. Moving Picture World Written by Pamela Short

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8 June 1912 (USA)  »

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Clever and fresh enough to be entertaining
3 December 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A little country village comedy in which Mr. Costello plays a young grocer's clerk. This clerk and the daughter (Clara Kimball Young) of a G.A.R. fire-eater (Mr. Eldridge) are in love, much to the old man's disgust. He wants his daughter to marry a brave man, a soldier. An unexpected denouement makes the clerk seem to be a hero. The plot is slight; but clever and fresh enough to be entertaining; but the scene- making and the acting are fine. That country store is perfect, and the coming of the fire engine, when the veteran's house is burning, seems like the real thing. The minor incidents are bright and snappy. A good picture. - The Moving Picture World, June 29, 1912


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