Patrick Curran and Dennis O'Day both love the handsome and vivacious Rose Grady, who is something of a flirt, and keeps her lovers in suspense. Father Curran, the priest, a brother of ... See full summary »

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Patrick Curran
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Rose Grady
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Patrick Curran and Dennis O'Day both love the handsome and vivacious Rose Grady, who is something of a flirt, and keeps her lovers in suspense. Father Curran, the priest, a brother of Patrick, looks earnestly after his flock which has in it several men who are bent on whiling away their time at the public house in drinking and games. Shamus McCarty is the village drunkard and causes the priest much concern to keep him sober. There is a love scene between Patrick and Rose and Dennis appears on the scene. The rivalry is bitter and hasty words are spoken. An encounter is imminent when Father Curran comes on the scene and acts as peace-maker. At his request the lovers shake hands and are once more friends. Proceeding on his way, Father Curran finds Shamus under the influence of tipple and he takes his bottle away and lectures him on the evils of the drink habit. The Father returns home, and, seated by the fire, lights his pipe and dozes. His sleep is disturbed by a horrid dream. Patrick ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Family | Short

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14 September 1911 (USA)  »

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