Tom O'Grady rushes into the O'Hara's one evening to announce the arrival of a son and Denis O'Hara and his sister, Mary, go over to see the baby; there and then Denis is informed that he is... See full summary »

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Denis O'Hara
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Mary O'Hara - Denis's Sister (as Mrs. Maurice)
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Tim Sullivan
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Tom O'Grady
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Aileen O'Grady - Tom's Wife
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Nora
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Police Officer Callahan
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Mike O'Grady (as Robert Gaillord)
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Tom O'Grady rushes into the O'Hara's one evening to announce the arrival of a son and Denis O'Hara and his sister, Mary, go over to see the baby; there and then Denis is informed that he is to stand godfather for it. The christening takes place amidst great feasting, but as time passes and ill-luck comes to Tom, owing to a slack season, he is discharged from the steel works where he is employed and cannot get another job, O'Grady and Sullivan seem to think that this is his own fault and are always nagging at him. He gets an offer to go to Pittsburgh, but when he asks help from his father-in-law and father to get there, they both refuse it and declare, that he should remain in New York, and when he persists in taking the place, going there with money furnished by O'Hara, they refuse to speak to him or say good-bye. For a while, all goes well and then Tom is stricken with a fever, loses his job and they are at the point of starvation, Aileen even pawning her wedding ring for food. Tom ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 March 1913 (USA)  »

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We have had several of these delightful pictures
8 August 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

We have had several of these delightful pictures dealing with three families of Irish extraction on the outskirts of Brooklyn. It was through O'Hara's kindly ministrations in a former picture that Sullivan's girl and O'Grady's boy got married. In this picture O'Hara acts another kindly part and helps the young parents out of difficulty. It makes a very acceptable offering of sentiment and laughter. The same players will be found as in the former pictures. Van Dyke Brooke is O'Hara; Mrs. Maurice, his wife. The young couple are Leo Delaney and Dorothy Kelly. William Shea and Kate Price are the Sullivans; Robert Gaillord is Mike O Grady. W.L. Tremayne is the author, and it was produced by Van Dyke Brooke. The photography is of high quality. - The Moving Picture World, March 15, 1913


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