Now we meet Mary arriving in New York, going back to her old lawyer who promises to help her. He takes her to his home and leaves her there for the night in the care of his sister. In the ... See full summary »

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Mary
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Richard Craig, Mary's Uncle
Barry O'Moore ...
Henry, Craig's Son
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Mr. Foster, the Lawyer
Mrs. William Bechtel ...
Foster's Sister
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Foster's Clerk
William Wadsworth ...
Billy Pearl
Harry Eytinge ...
Secretary, Occidental Trust Company
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Now we meet Mary arriving in New York, going back to her old lawyer who promises to help her. He takes her to his home and leaves her there for the night in the care of his sister. In the back room of a little Bridgeport hotel, Richard and Henry Craig are deciding what action they should take, for on the following day, Mary will be of age and the money in trust will be turned over to her. They finally decide to hire an automobile and get to New York without attracting attention, and be at hand at the Occidental Trust at noon sharp. Mary, in the meantime, has retired, and while all of this action is taking place, is sleeping peacefully. Billy Peart, on the other hand, receives a wire from Lawyer Foster to appear at his office and we see him sailing in his launch to the New York dock, to collect, as he hopes, the ten thousand dollars promised by Craig. So closer and closer all the people gather. It is morning and we see Mary enter the lawyer's office. Two plain clothes men are on hand ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 June 1913 (USA)  »

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What Happened to Mary? Episode 12  »

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Edison Company production number 7355. See more »

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Follows Mary in Stage Land (1912) See more »

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