Gilly Gayboy, a widower, has a pretty daughter, Mildred, who is loved by Philip Bangs, an attractive young fellow. Gayboy, however, has plans of his own concerning Mildred's marriage, and ... See full summary »

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Philip Bangs
Mildred Weston ...
Mildred - Philip's Sweetheart
Howard Missimer ...
Gilly Gayboy - Mildred's Father
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Mrs. Porter - a Widow
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Gilly Gayboy, a widower, has a pretty daughter, Mildred, who is loved by Philip Bangs, an attractive young fellow. Gayboy, however, has plans of his own concerning Mildred's marriage, and forbids Bangs' attentions, much to both the lovers' discomfiture. A reception is given by the rich Mrs. Porter, a widow, and Gayboy receives an invitation for himself and Mildred. At the Porter residence that evening old Gayboy finds that Bangs is one of the guests and makes himself thoroughly disagreeable in breaking up the lovers' tete-a-tete, until he meets the widow and immediately falls deeply in love with her. Bangs and Mildred immediately see how the wind blows, and manage to also break up several sentimental talks of old Gayboy and the widow during the course of the evening. Still stern father forbids their marriage and it is not until several days later that he is brought to terms in a most ludicrous manner. Happening to stroll down to the station platform one morning taking pictures, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy | Romance | Short

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18 July 1912 (USA)  »

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Cupid's Quartet  »

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