In the college play, Tom and his room-mate, "Bunch," take prominent and successful parts, Tom as the hero and "Bunch" as the heroine, in which he is an excellent female impersonator. The ... See full summary »

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In the college play, Tom and his room-mate, "Bunch," take prominent and successful parts, Tom as the hero and "Bunch" as the heroine, in which he is an excellent female impersonator. The day after the performance, "Bunch" makes an engagement to take a real chorus girl to dinner. Unexpectedly his mother comes to college to visit him and he makes Tom take the girl. He reluctantly consents, as he is engaged to Evelyn Marshall. While Tom and the chorus girl are dining in the restaurant, Evelyn comes in with a part of friends. She is astonished, and exceedingly vexed when Tom's companion pats him under the cabin. Evelyn makes her presence known to Tom and breaks their engagement. He tells her that the young lady is his sister and he would like to have her call at her room the next day and see her. Tom hurries to his room, and tells "Bunch" the mess he has got him in, and that he will have to help him out of it by impersonating his sister, using the same costume as he used in the play the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 July 1912 (USA)  »

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It is clever, but lacks real freshness
1 January 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A comedy revolving around a clever female impersonation. The plot seems to have been built with a view to utilizing the company's available material; it is clever, but lacks real freshness. The situation is kept clear, it is not allowed to drag, and it amuses; but it has no laugh- compelling moments. The acting is fine. Mr. Geo. Cooper plays the "sister"; his work is well known and is good. Mr. Young plays the man who needed a sister, so that his fiancée (Clara K. Young) would believe his excuse. She had caught him in a restaurant with another girl. Miss Walker and Mrs. Gordon also appear in it. The mechanical work and photography are as usual with this make of picture, excellent. - The Moving Picture World, August 3, 1912


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