Dick Logan, the son of a wealthy broker, is spending the winter in the South. One afternoon the engine of his motor boat gets out of commission and he is given timely assistance by Elsie, ... See full summary »

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Henry Hallam ...
Logan
James Vincent ...
Dick Logan - his son
Irene Boyle ...
Elsie - the Tugboat Captain's Daughter
Harry F. Millarde ...
Logan's Secretary (as Harry Millarde)
James B. Ross ...
The Pilot of the Yacht
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Dick Logan, the son of a wealthy broker, is spending the winter in the South. One afternoon the engine of his motor boat gets out of commission and he is given timely assistance by Elsie, the daughter of a tugboat captain. A warm friendship is established. Dick's father decides to take a yachting trip south, and when he makes the announcement his scheming secretary plans to profit by his employer's absence. The secretary calls on a rival broker, and a plan is made to attack Logan's holdings while he is out of communication with his office. Mr. Logan arrives in the South and is welcomed by Dick, who presents Elsie and quietly informs his father that she is the girl of his choice. The broker, who has made other plans, does not approve of the match, but keeps his own counsel. Meanwhile the attack on the market is commenced, and Logan's office sends him a message, ordering instructions. The secretary, who has accompanied Logan on the trip, receives a wire from his confederate, stating ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Crime | Drama | Short

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16 April 1913 (USA)  »

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