Farmer Stickney receives a letter from his sister, Susanne, whom he has not seen for twenty-five years. Ezra Snuck, the "ladies' man" of the village, happens in as Stickney is reading the ... See full summary »

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Ezra Snuck
Milburn Morante ...
Farmer Stickney
Gale Henry ...
Susanne Stickney
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Sam Higgins (as Charles Conklin)
Lillian Peacock ...
Vinnie
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Farmer Stickney receives a letter from his sister, Susanne, whom he has not seen for twenty-five years. Ezra Snuck, the "ladies' man" of the village, happens in as Stickney is reading the letter, and learns that she is coming to take charge of her brother's household. Stickney, pointing to the picture, which was taken a quarter of a century ago, when the sister was only eighteen, says, "That's Susie." Ezra falls madly in love with the picture, and confiscates it. Susie is now an old maid of forty-three. The male contingent of the village have, in the meantime, received a glimpse of the photograph, and are as badly smitten as Ezra. Vinnie, who has held Ezra's heart up to now, suddenly finds herself supplanted by another. The other girls are also cast aside by their sweethearts. Susanne, with her parrot and cat, alights, but not one of the men who have gone to the station to escort her to her brother's home, pays any attention to her. All are looking for the pretty original of the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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6 November 1915 (USA)  »

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Twentieth Century Susie  »

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