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Father's Lucky Escape (1915)

Neil is in love with a popular actress. Father, hearing this, remonstrates with his son, threatening to disown him if he continues. The actress has a host of admirers and one of the most ... See full summary »

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(scenario) (as Al E. Christie), (story)
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Billie
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Neal
Harry L. Rattenberry ...
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Neil is in love with a popular actress. Father, hearing this, remonstrates with his son, threatening to disown him if he continues. The actress has a host of admirers and one of the most ardent is the manager. That night Neil attends the show and his lady love looks better than ever. Father, in order to cool his anger, takes mother to the same show and, seeing, the flirtation between their only son and the actress, are very much wrought up. When the act is over the manager meets the actress behind the scenes and tries to "pan" her for encouraging Neil, but she spiritedly tells him to mind his own business. Neil arrives and takes the girl to a restaurant for refreshments. The manager follows them and his jealousy flames up when he sees the attention the girl pays to Neil. The actress, in order not to break with the manager, shows him some attention, and this gets Neil peeved. He leaves her. Arriving home, he and father have it out, and Neil is finally kicked out for good. Not being a ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 November 1915 (USA)  »

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