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Baseball Bill -- Flirting with Marriage (1916)

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The two boys, Baseball Bill and PenPoints, are broke and find themselves outside the town and very hungry. They enter the town to look for work, but even the advertisements in the ... See full summary »

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Billy Mason ...
Baseball Bill
Orin Jackson ...
Penpoints (as Orin C. Jackson)
Victor Potel ...
Olly Olson
Peggy Coudray
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The two boys, Baseball Bill and PenPoints, are broke and find themselves outside the town and very hungry. They enter the town to look for work, but even the advertisements in the newspapers yield no hope. PenPoints sends Bill on a begging expedition, but is unsuccessful. They notice a sign outside a Swedish restaurant, "Dining Room Girl and Chambermaid Wanted." Penpoints has an idea. He has seen some women's clothes on a line and he steals them and dresses Bill as a Swedish maid. He induces Bill to enter Oily Olson's restaurant and boarding house and ask for the job of waitress. Bill does so, and is accepted by the proprietor, who is much taken with him; PenPoints then enters the restaurant and orders a meal from Bill, and Oily throws him out. Oily makes much of Bill, and shows him to his room. PenPoints tries to discover which is his room. Bill sneaks out of the window and rejoins PenPoints, saying that he cannot stand the disguise any longer. PenPoints induces him to stay a week, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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16 July 1916 (USA)  »

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