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Putting One Over on Ignatz (1917)

Maudie, a leading woman, has a tooth set with a diamond which is reputed to be the gift of royal blood. The manager of the company absconds with all the cash, leaving the entire chorus ... See full summary »

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Walter Belasco ...
Ignatz
Alida Newman ...
Maudie
Peggy Custer ...
Tottie
Al McKinnon ...
Bud
Eugene Walsh ...
Monte
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Maudie, a leading woman, has a tooth set with a diamond which is reputed to be the gift of royal blood. The manager of the company absconds with all the cash, leaving the entire chorus stranded far from home. Bud, the comedian, collects all the money in the crowd, which does not amount to $1, and sends one of the boys with Maudie to Ignatz's store to make a small purchase. Ignatz is impressed by the tooth. Later, Bud sends Monty, the juvenile, to the store and Bud with Maudie visit Ignatz and tell him that Maudie has lost her diamond tooth worth $1,000, and offers him $500 if he can find it. She thinks she lost it in his store. They promise to return at a certain time to see if he has been successful in finding it. Then comes Monty who tells Ignatz that he has found a diamond tooth in the bag of walnuts which he has purchased, and Ignatz persuades him to sell it for $250. With the money, the troupe proceed to the station. Ignatz appears and they are forced to run for their train, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 January 1917 (USA)  »

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