A beautiful blond lady, who is combing her tresses at a window, so arouses Archie's admiration that he sneaks up and cuts off a lock of her hair and rushes off to a milliner's, where he ... See full summary »

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Bunny
Flora Finch ...
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Jack Bulger
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A beautiful blond lady, who is combing her tresses at a window, so arouses Archie's admiration that he sneaks up and cuts off a lock of her hair and rushes off to a milliner's, where he buys a pretty ribbon to tie around it. While dining at a restaurant, he greatly disgusts Bunny at a near-by table by fervently caressing the wisp of hair. A couple of Artie's college chums enter, see him with the lock of hair and cleverly substitute some horsehair for the blond tresses, placing the latter, unnoticed, in Bunny's pocket. Artie is wild with rage, and believing Bunny put the horsehair in his pocket, vows vengeance. Bunny goes to the office and that evening, instead of going home, he goes to the club, where he sits in a game of poker. He "cleans up" and next morning gives Flora, his wife, a goodly portion of his winnings to quiet her expostulations regarding his late hours. Already made suspicious by his generosity, she becomes convinced he has been up to some deviltry, searches his pockets... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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11 December 1914 (USA)  »

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