The innocent act of a child in hiding a box of jewelry entrusted to the care of his father sends the father to prison, and after he has escaped sends him back again. But finally the little ... See full summary »

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The innocent act of a child in hiding a box of jewelry entrusted to the care of his father sends the father to prison, and after he has escaped sends him back again. But finally the little tot is instrumental in clearing his father's name and making life doubly sweet. The youngster uses the jewel box to fasten the head to a broken doll, and it is only after his father has suffered the agonies of a prison cell that the youngster provides the solution to the mystery. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 March 1913 (USA)  »

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Developed in the latest style
19 August 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A dramatic story with an old situation, but it has been developed in the latest style and mixed with some good comedy. A little girl picks up some gems dropped from her father's pocket and hides them in her doll. The father is accused of theft and sent to prison. Escaping, he is aided by the fact that the Pathe Freres are taking a picture of an escaping convict. Later the father is shown to be innocent. The photography is almost perfect and the offering seemed to be acceptable to a large audience. Paul Panzer takes the leading role. - The Moving Picture World, March 29, 1913


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