To accompany her mother, Ethel, an American girl, sails rather unexpectedly for Paris, leaving behind her two most ardent admirers, Dick and Jack, who happen to be cousins. Shortly after ... See full summary »

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Ethel
Charles M. Seay
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To accompany her mother, Ethel, an American girl, sails rather unexpectedly for Paris, leaving behind her two most ardent admirers, Dick and Jack, who happen to be cousins. Shortly after her departure, Dick makes up his mind to take a flying trip to Paris, and notifies his cousin Jack of his intention, at the same time requesting him to write a line or two in French on a card to help him along by way of introduction at the banks, etc., he never having been there and knowing absolutely nothing of the French language. Jack, who is obliged to stay at home, does not relish the idea of Dick's opportunity, and the more he thinks of it the firmer the green-eyed monster takes possession of him, until a happy idea strikes him. He writes a few lines in French on a card and sends it to Dick. In due time Dick arrives in Paris, but to his utter dismay, consternation reigns supreme whenever he presents the card. He is in despair and on the point of being arrested when by good fortune he meets the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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12 April 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the drama Silver Threads Among the Gold (1911). See more »

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