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Cutey's Waterloo (1913)

This time Cutey gets his good and proper. He goes to a country town to fill a position as clerk in a grocery store. On his daily trips to the outlying farms, he becomes interested in Ethel ... See full summary »

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Cutey
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Ethel Moore - the Farmer's Daughter
Ada Gifford ...
Mary Burton - the Grocer's Daughter
Arthur Ashley
Joseph Winter
Florence Foley
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This time Cutey gets his good and proper. He goes to a country town to fill a position as clerk in a grocery store. On his daily trips to the outlying farms, he becomes interested in Ethel Moore, a farmer's daughter. They finally become engaged. Shortly after, Mary Burton, the grocer's daughter, comes home from school, and Wallie at once shows marked attentions to the fascinating Mary, who in turn, shows a liking for him. His neglect of Ethel, causes her to look into the matter, and she discovers the reason. She resolves to fix Wallie, and, dressed in her brother's clothes, she wins Mary from him. Wallie, having been turned down by Mary, decides to go back to Ethel, and phones her mother to tell Ethel he will be out to see her that evening. Ethel, standing outside the door, hears it all and discloses her identity to Mary, who, though indignant at first, agrees to help Ethel to teach Cutie a good lesson. When Wallie arrives at the farm he finds that Ethel has a new fellow (who is Mary,... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 October 1913 (USA)  »

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Hardly up to the Vitagraph standard
8 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

This comedy seems hardly up to the Vitagraph standard in the way of fun making. Wallie Van contributes his best efforts, but he does not apparently make much headway. Lillian Walker has the role of a country girl, who in order to get revenge on her faithless young man, dresses in her brother's clothes. - The Moving Picture World, October 25, 1913


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