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The Lady of Lyons, N.Y. (1926)

Passed  -  Short | Comedy | Romance  -  1 September 1926 (USA)
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Bill Grimm, a taxicab driver, falls in love with Barbara Baxter, from Lyons, New York, the minute she steps off the train, and has him take her to Mrs. Whipple's boarding house, in spite of... See full summary »

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Margaret Morris ...
Barbara Baxter
Jack Luden ...
Bill Grimm
Grant Withers
Al Cooke ...
O'Brien
Kit Guard ...
Butch
Mabel Van Buren
William Martin
John Gough ...
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Bill Grimm, a taxicab driver, falls in love with Barbara Baxter, from Lyons, New York, the minute she steps off the train, and has him take her to Mrs. Whipple's boarding house, in spite of the interference by Jack Fairfax, Bill's rival. Boarders at Mrs. Whipple's include a prizefighter named "Butch,", his manager O'Brien, and Pansy the maid. This first entry in the series introduces the leading characters in the future films, and a few comical interludes. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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1 September 1926 (USA)  »

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Peter Grimm's Progress: The Lady from Lyons, N.Y.  »

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First release in the "Bill Grimm's Progress" 2-reel comedy series. See more »

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Followed by Blisters Under the Skin (1927) See more »

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