A million-dollar legacy having enabled Miss Ophelia to give up her boarding house, she goes to New York in search of a gay time and a handsome husband. Arrived at the city with her maid, ... See full summary »

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Charles Eldridge ...
Count Barber
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Belinda
Florence Radinoff ...
Miss Ophelia Sweet
Louise Beaudet ...
Mme. de Bluff
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A million-dollar legacy having enabled Miss Ophelia to give up her boarding house, she goes to New York in search of a gay time and a handsome husband. Arrived at the city with her maid, Belinda, she takes a suite in the Hotel Magnifique and prepares for conquest. The day after her arrival she sallies out, accompanied as usual by her faithful attendant, and visits the parlors of Mme. Du Bluff, an instructor in deportment and etiquette. Belinda annoys the madame by imitating her behind her back and is rather suddenly turned out of the house. On the way home she makes a few purchases and, seeing a rather distinguished looking man watching her, she drops a parcel, thus giving him the opportunity to pick it up for her and so break the conversational ice. She finds that he is a barber's assistant and that he is then due to be at work, so she makes a date to meet him later on. Hearing of Miss Ophelia's millions, Mme. Du Bluff determines to get all she can of them. She tells her that she ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 July 1913 (USA)  »

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