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Branscombe's Pal (1914)

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Bob Caerlyon has run into debt. When his father refuses to help him his sister, Helen, offers to sell her jewelry to pay his bills, but she cannot give him enough. Helen loves Bob's chum, ... See full summary »

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Lillian Logan ...
Helen Caerlyon
Arthur Holmes-Gore ...
Jack Branscombe
Gregory Scott ...
Bob Caerlyon
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Bob Caerlyon has run into debt. When his father refuses to help him his sister, Helen, offers to sell her jewelry to pay his bills, but she cannot give him enough. Helen loves Bob's chum, Jack Branscombe. Jack agrees to help Bob for his sister's sake. He takes Bob to his apartment and there endorses Bob's note for $4,000, payable in four months' time. Bob leaves for the club to celebrate with Payne, another suitor for Helen's hand. Helen in a note asks Jack to come over that evening, and he replies that he will. On his way he stops at the club to get his mail. He meets Bob and Payne, and Jack sends a note to Helen saying that he is detained. When Helen finds that Jack is there, she is angry and writes that all is over between them. Bob loses heavily and cheats in order to recoup his fortunes. Bob is accused of cheating. Just then Jack receives Helen's note and is so disgusted with it all that he says he is the one who has cheated. In his apartments Jack is consoled by his dog, Nick. ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 July 1916 (USA)  »

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