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The High Cost of Flirting (1915)

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Ethel Dunne and Jack Blakeney are lovers, despite the objections of Ethel's father. Pater Dunne has just admonished the young couple, particularly his daughter, when he falls captive to the... See full summary »

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Winifred Greenwood ...
Ethel Dunne
Edward Coxen ...
Jack Blakeney (as Ed Coxen)
John Steppling ...
Mr. Dunne - Ethel's Father
George Field ...
Tony Ungaro
Lillian Knight ...
Marie Ungaro - Tony's Wife
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Ethel Dunne and Jack Blakeney are lovers, despite the objections of Ethel's father. Pater Dunne has just admonished the young couple, particularly his daughter, when he falls captive to the winking wiles of a flirtatious gypsy beauty. It is a put up job. Dunne is in the act of kissing the dark skinned girl, when her young husband appears with drawn stiletto and the corpulent Dunne makes a hasty and undignified exit. Tony, the husband, sends a black hand note to Dunne, who consent's to place $1,000 in a designated spot to escape an Italian bomb. Ethel and Jack find the note, and take a hand in proceedings. When Dunne leaves the money, Jack seizes the swarthy Tony, arrests him, and puts the money in a bank to Ethel's credit. Next morning's paper informs Dunne that the plot miscarried. Where is his money? He sets out to investigate He finds the satchel that contained it, and thinks, of course, that the money still is there. Arrived at his home, he tells of his great bravery in foiling ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 July 1915 (USA)  »

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