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Love, the Winner (1913)

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The Earl of Ratcliff, in America to retrieve his fallen fortunes, has an invitation to visit his college friend. John Cosgrove. The latter's sister, Mabel, heiress to the large fortune of ... See full summary »

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Winifred Greenwood ...
Mabel Cosgrove - Jack's Sister
Harry Lonsdale ...
The Earl of Ratcliff
Emma Meffert ...
Mrs. Jack Cosgrove
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The Earl of Ratcliff, in America to retrieve his fallen fortunes, has an invitation to visit his college friend. John Cosgrove. The latter's sister, Mabel, heiress to the large fortune of her godmother, is curious to see a live Earl at close range. The cook and butler go on a hilarious tear the day of the Earl's coming, so Miss Mabel takes advantage of the situation to cook and serve the meal for his highness. He is much impressed with the mien and intelligence of the young lady, and she in turn has her preconceived notions of royal roués quite overthrown. He gives up the thought of marrying for money instantly, but the idea of wedding under his station sticks, so he concludes to leave before he gets helplessly in love. However, he is unable to leave her presence, and he declares that he will marry her. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Dollar Down, Dollar a Week (1913). See more »

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