The coquette is an exceedingly pretty girl, consequently she has admirers a-plenty. Now we see her maid handing her a book, an offering from Percival, who has called and is waiting in the ... See full summary »

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The coquette is an exceedingly pretty girl, consequently she has admirers a-plenty. Now we see her maid handing her a book, an offering from Percival, who has called and is waiting in the parlor. She admires the book and places Percy's photo before her. Another admirer, a majestic-looking Count, sends her flowers. Percy's picture is soon replaced by that of the Count. Both Percy and the Count are seen sitting opposite each other in the outer room. Next ensues a dapper little business like fellow. His box of sweets is accepted and he takes his seat outside. Then his photo gets the place of honor. Last of all we see a fine young chap enter. He sends the coquette a fine little ring, and well he wins out, while the other three suitors file out serenely. Written by Billboard synopsis

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31 January 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Sports in the Snow (1910). See more »

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