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The Road to Happiness (1910)

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Rhoda is a salesgirl, one of the victims on the altar of trade. The heat of the long summer days, the incessant lifting and measuring and the aggravation of unreasoning customers all help ... See full summary »

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Howard M. Mitchell ...
Dick Phelps
Mary Land
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Rhoda is a salesgirl, one of the victims on the altar of trade. The heat of the long summer days, the incessant lifting and measuring and the aggravation of unreasoning customers all help to bring about the breakdown that attracts the attention of the welfare secretary of the store. Rhoda has her vacation time advanced and with the prospect of a glorious two weeks at the store's vacation home in the country she leaves the oven-like boarding house for the station. Arrived in Clermont she asks to be directed to the Home. The carriage is waiting for her and she makes a happy start but there is a runaway and only the quick action of Dick Phelps, a young farmer, saves her from injury. The friendship thus formed grows rapidly to the delight of the other girls. Maggie, one of the impish little parcel wrappers, takes a special delight in ridiculing the rural lover and as a joke manages that a supposed love letter shall fall from his pocket to be discovered by Rhoda. It looks for a while as ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 June 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Poetical Jane (1910). See more »

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